Personal Injury

Personal Injury Lawyers in Lincoln, Nebraska

If you have been injured in an accident caused by another person’s negligence or as the result of an unsafe product, it is important to take action quickly to ensure that you have the best options for medical care and legal representation. You should obviously seek medical attention immediately and consult an attorney quickly. Depending on the circumstances of your case, you may be entitled to recover damages from those who are responsible for your injuries.

In Lincoln, Nebraska, the law firm of Cada Law provides personal injury representation to people who have been seriously injured as the result of:

We also assist injured workers in receiving workers’ compensation and Social Security Disability benefits in the state of Nebraska as well as people dealing with the wrongful death of a loved one. Contact our firm to learn more information about our personal injury law practice and talk with us about your issues at a free initial consultation.

Waiting to Talk with a Lawyer Could Hurt Your Personal Injury Claim

Evidence of your accident may be washed away by the weather or by time, could be misplaced or could even be covered up by a different accident (surprisingly common in motor vehicle accidents). Witnesses may forget how events happened and become unreliable. Negligent conditions could be repaired.

For these and other reasons, it is important to get the help you need right away. Your case could very well depend on it. You need facts and supporting information like witness statements and photographs of the scene to build an effective case. Keeping copies of medical bills, medical records, insurance-related communications and other financial information can make your case substantially stronger.

When you come into our office, we will discuss your case with you to determine what your best options are and if pursuing a personal injury claim is in your best interest. We will provide honest advice and can you make important choices about your medical treatment and your legal representation. We will also go over your insurance policy and help you understand what compensation you have a right to recover.

For a free case evaluation and consultation, contact our downtown Lincoln firm by e-mail or by calling us at 402-477-2233 or toll free at 888-546-2232 to schedule an appointment. Get the help you need to get you through the recovery process.

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Effective March 1, 2012