Nebraska highways have their fair share of 18-wheelers and big rig trucks. When those drivers are negligent, they can cause horrible accidents that result in injuries and fatalities. In a commercial truck accident, you will most likely have legal options to explore. You don’t have to have the responsibility of paying for the damages and injuries from the accident if you weren’t at fault.
In the event of a tractor trailer accident, an 18-wheeler truck accident lawyer from Welsh & Welsh can help. We’ve been serving the community of Nebraska for years and are ready to stand up for the rights of state citizens. You can have a free consultation to go over the merits of your case.
On Tuesday, March 6th, a 5-year-old boy from Omaha suffered a head injury after the Honda Accord he was riding in was involved in a truck accident with a semitrailer. The Accord was traveling eastbound on I-80 just west of 72nd Street. According to a witness who saw the accident occur, the Accord started spinning due to icy conditions when it was struck by the semi in the rear. The truck was traveling behind the Accord.
No one else was injured in the accident. The injured boy, Cameron Philpott, was taken to Creighton University Medical Center-Bergan Mercy in critical condition, but did not survive his injuries. According to the police, he was secured in the back of the Accord in an approved car seat.
When undergoing surgery, it’s common for people to be nervous about the procedure. They may worry more if the surgery involves adding a medical device to their bodies. One medical device that people may receive is surgical mesh, which helps damaged tissues by providing them with support.
But sometimes surgical mesh doesn’t do its job and causes more health problems for the patient that requires more surgery to correct them. If this happens to you, you should know that you don’t have to go through this alone. An Omaha hernia mesh lawyer from Welsh & Welsh can go over your case and get you compensation for your injuries.
People always talk about city driving. It’s usually slow and compact because of the traffic. This usually makes people late and it makes drivers upset and angry. Some cities have reputations for reckless drivers, like New York. Driving in cities may seem all the same, but there are cities that have safer drivers than others. But who really has some of the worst drivers in our country?
It may surprise you, but Omaha, Nebraska drivers are on the list as some of America’s worst drivers. Omaha has no shortage of car accidents and when they occur, you may need help. When choosing your legal representation, you want people who are experienced, passionate, and dedicated to your case. A Nebraska car accident lawyer from Welsh & Welsh will fight to get you compensation.
On Friday, February 23, 2018, Christopher Welsh will be speaking at a Nebraska Association of Trial Attorney (NATA) seminar that is being held at the Hotel RL by Red Lion. The seminar is entitled “Medicine for Lawyers and Tools for Developing Your Case”. Various lawyers and legal professionals will be speaking about how attorneys can improve their litigation/case developing procedures in cases involving medicine law. Multiple medical professionals will also be speaking.
Chris Welsh will be speaking during the panel starting at 3:45 and concluding at 4:15. His panel is called “Bad Expert Depositions: Where Good Cases Go to Die”. He’ll be discussing some of the shortcomings that sometimes occur during expert depositions when things turn unfavorable and how to avoid situations where this may occur.
Car crashes can occur anywhere. Whether it’s a main roadway or driving through town, a reckless driver can cause an accident with long-lasting physical or emotional trauma. If you’ve been in an accident through not fault of your own, you don’t have to go through this by yourself. You have legal options available that will alleviate some of the stress that comes after being in a car crash.
A Nebraska car accident lawyer from Welsh & Welsh can help you get the compensation you need. We’re ready to fight to get you a favorable settlement and give you peace of mind that experts are looking out for your best interests.
We all know the dangerous of texting and driving. Our phones get our eyes off the road, one hand off the wheel, and our concentration away from driving. While so much of our social interactions are facilitated through phones—like texting and social media—it’s often difficult for some people to resist the urge to check their phone despite the major risks of causing a car accident. But this could start to change.
Allstate has a unit called Arity, and they’re tracking how drivers use their phones while they’re in the car. Depending on how much drivers use or ignore the phone, the driver could potentially get punished or rewarded.
We’re proud to announce that Christopher Welsh of Welsh & Welsh PC, LLO will be attending and speaking at the 30th Annual Southern Trial Lawyers Association (STLA) Conference which will be held this weekend, February 7-11, in New Orleans. This year’s conference is a special one– it’s the organization’s 30th anniversary. The event will also take place during Mardi Gras weekend.
Multiple parties, galas, and seminars will be held during the weekend event. This year’s conference theme is “Leading a successful plaintiff’s practice: From the opening of your office until you collect a judgment post-trial.” The seminars held will be worth CLE credits. 9 CLE hours are anticipated.
Many people have dogs and consider them to be part of the family. Other people usually want to pet dogs and expect them to be safe. But sometimes, dogs bite people. These cases can be tricky, especially if the person who was bitten knows the owners. Even though these situations are uncomfortable, those who are bitten can seek legal aid.
The Omaha dog attack lawyers at Welsh & Welsh understand what you’re going through. Dog owners are supposed to make sure their dog is safe around others. We can help you get the compensation you need for injuries or damages you sustained.
According to an investigative report by USA Today, port trucking companies around Los Angeles may be putting hundreds of sleep-deprived truckers to work daily. Numerous truck accidents in recent years prompted the investigation which took into account data over four years using time stamps that were generated every time a driver passed through a port gate. Analysts calculated how long each truck was in operation and compared those results to federal data from 2013-2016.
The reporters found that trucks serving the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach often operated without their drivers taking the federally-required 10-hour break every 14 hours. On average, the data showed that trucks were in operation without that break 470 times a day. When trucking companies were asked about this information, executives denied violating the regulation and stated that more than one driver often shared a truck.