Car Accidents

Car Accident Victim Attorney Lincoln Nebraska

At the Cada Law Firm in Lincoln, Nebraska our attorneys represent clients who have suffered serious injuries in car accidents in the state of Nebraska as well as family members of drivers involved in catastrophic and fatal car accidents. You should obviously seek medical treatment immediately after an accident, but preserving evidence and consulting an attorney should also be done quickly.

Dealing with insurance companies to get the compensation you deserve is not always easy, even if the company you are dealing with is your own. Our firm will help you pursue claims for your injuries and deal with the insurance company on your behalf, saving you the stress and hassle.

Since our firm’s founding in 1974, our attorneys have won countless cases for car accident victims. Attorney Judy Cada is also a registered nurse who will follow up to make sure you are receiving proper medical care and that you injuries are presented accurately. We will thoroughly investigate your accident to build a case designed to help you recover fair compensation for your injuries.

Uninsured and Underinsured Motorist Coverage

If your car accident involved a motorist who does not have automobile insurance or does not have enough coverage to pay for the medical coverage that you require, your own underinsured or uninsured motorist coverage should make up the difference. Unfortunately, even when drivers have paid their premiums for years, auto insurance companies do not always meet the obligations listed in their clients’ policies. These companies may attempt to mitigate damages by shifting blame for accidents or by downplaying the extent of the injuries and damages suffered in those accidents.

From cases involving broken bones and soft tissue damage, all the way to those involving wrongful death actions, our lawyers are not afraid to stand up to insurance companies in order to make them perform their obligations.

Cost Effective Results in Car Accident Cases

At Cada Law, we know that our clients often cannot afford the costs associated with legal representation. We take all personal injury-related cases on a contingency basis, meaning that we only recover our costs if we obtain a settlement or secure a verdict for you. Our firm will bear up-front costs, allowing our clients to finance medical treatment and other expenses, especially if they are out of work.

Discuss your case with an attorney as soon as possible after a car accident. Contact us to schedule a free initial consultation and talk with us about your options. Call our Lincoln office toll free at 402-477-2233 or toll free at 888-546-2232 to get the help you need.

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Effective March 1, 2012