THE PREMIER
PERSONAL INJURY FIRM OF OMAHA
Chris and James Welsh of Welsh & Welsh
Proudly fighting for the Omaha community for over 50 years.

Omaha, NE Personal Injury Lawyers

We're Licensed In Nebraska, Iowa, Kansas, and Missouri

Recovering after a serious injury or accident can be difficult, but when that injury or accident is caused by the careless, reckless, or otherwise negligent actions of another human being or corporation, the recovery process can seem needlessly brutal. We may feel like our entire world is collapsing. We wonder if that individual or company will harm someone else. We wonder if the American justice system has perhaps left our side.

We’re here to tell you that there is always hope. You’ve come to the right law firm. At Welsh & Welsh, our personal injury lawyers are committed to helping residents in Nebraska, Iowa, Kansas, and Missouri obtain justice and ensure they can provide for their families after a tragic injury. With our help, you won’t have to wonder if a reckless drunk driver may get behind the wheel again. Lawsuits send a message that’s impossible to ignore. Personal injury claims are also civil matters and can be filed in addition to criminal charges.

Filing a personal injury claim against a negligent nursing home or a careless driver will grant you the financial compensation you need to pay off your medical bills even if you cannot work. We can give you the room you need to recover in a stress-free environment as we take over all legal tasks—including dealing with overbearing insurance adjusters. You’ll also rest easy knowing that personal injury lawsuits never cost the victim a cent regardless of the case’s outcome.

Whether you were involved in a serious car accident or truck accident, suffer from mesothelioma, or need help with a product liability or premises liability claim, we’re on your side. Contact our Omaha law office today to speak with an experienced Omaha, NE personal injury lawyer who can walk you through the process of filing a claim. We’re happy to offer a no-obligation consultation at no cost to you and tell you if filing a lawsuit is in your best interest.

Why Choose Welsh & Welsh?

Don’t settle for just any law firm.

WE HAVE Over 50 years of experience.
WE ARE NOT AFRAID TO FIGHT FOR YOUR RIGHTS.
WE LOVE WHAT WE DO.
WE ARE RESPECTED BY OUR PEERS.
WE TAKE YOUR INJURY PERSONALLY.

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TESTIMONIALS

Don’t take our word for it. Here’s what our clients have to say.

"Thank you so much for the free consultation and the information you provided for me. It was greatly appreciated. Thanks again for your kindness. " - Linda L.
"Your compassion, knowledge, expertise and time you put into my case exceeded my expectations. You are a wonderful caring lawyer and made us feel you truly cared about us." - Jeanne and Mike H.
"Thanks again for believing in my case when no one would get involved. I don't know what I what I would have done without you as my lawyer." - Jennifer M.
"We are so deeply touched by your hard work representing our daughter who tragically died because a trucking company hired a driver who had been in many accidents before and should never have been on the road. Your knowledge and lawyering made the difference. " - Tony and Beth M.

LATEST ARTICLES

We’re committed to helping our clients understand their legal rights.

How Much Alcohol Does It Take to Become Impaired in Nebraska?

Published on May 26, 2017 in Car Accidents.

According to U.S. and Nebraska laws, a driver is defined as intoxicated or under the influence of alcohol any time their Blood Alcohol Concentration (BAC) is over 0.08%. If you’re pulled over for any reason and are tested to have this much alcohol in your bloodstream, you can be given a DUI/DWI even if you were not pulled over due to any noticeable driving impairment. It’s important to note, however, that even alcohol levels under 0.08% can cause a deadly car crash. Here are the facts you need to know […]


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What Can Be Done About Sexual Violence in Schools?

Published on May 17, 2017 in Legal Information.

At Welsh & Welsh, we work hard to protect victims of accidents who feel powerless or overcome by circumstances they did not cause. In addition to helping victims of personal injury accidents, we’re also advocators of groups that make it their mission to educate the public about legal rights. Among these integral rights is Title IX, a federal law which protects students from being discriminated against in schools based on gender. As part of this law, institutions of higher education are required to “take immediate and effective steps to end […]


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