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February 2014 Archives

Lawyer Explains Critical Part of Nebraska Law That Could PREVENT YOU From Getting Money After You Get Hurt on Someone's Property

Injury Lawyer Answers Questions About Premises Liability in Nebraska:

What is 'negligence' in Nebraska injury law and how does it work?
How much value could your case have?
What can a Nebraska Injury Lawyer do for your case? Can a Nebraska Injury Lawyer add value to it?
Do Nebraska Injury Lawyers charge any fees up-front?
A Nebraska Injury Lawyer at Friedman Law Offices will consult with you at no charge, ever

How Much Could Your Car Accident Case Be Worth in Nebraska? Injury Lawyer Tells:

Injury Lawyer Answers Questions About The Value of a Car Accident Claim in Nebraska:

  • What causes the value of a car accident claim in Nebraska to vary?
  • How much could your case be worth?
  • How much does it cost for representation from a Nebraska Injury Lawyer for your car accident case?
  • Are there any fees up-front?
  • A Nebraska Injury Lawyer at Friedman Law Offices will consult with you at no cost, ever

Herb Friedman | What is Negligence?

I'm Herb Friedman of Friedman Law Offices in Lincoln, Nebraska. Thanks for visiting our blog. Many of our clients ask what the term "negligence" really means. It is frequently applied in motor vehicle cases as well as other types of lawsuits. Negligence is what is referred to in law as a tort, and a tort is a civil wrong inflicted by one person on another. Negligence is one of several kinds of torts, the others being intentional conduct and strict liability. Most tort cases deal with negligence, and negligence is nothing more than one person acting in a manner that a reasonably prudent person would not have acted, or not acting as a reasonably prudent would have acted. 

Herb Friedman | What is Negligence?

I'm Herb Friedman of Friedman Law Offices in Lincoln, Nebraska. Thanks for visiting our blog. Many of our clients ask what the term "negligence" really means. It is frequently applied in motor vehicle cases as well as other types of lawsuits. Negligence is what is referred to in law as a tort, and a tort is a civil wrong inflicted by one person on another. Negligence is one of several kinds of torts, the others being intentional conduct and strict liability. Most tort cases deal with negligence, and negligence is nothing more than one person acting in a manner that a reasonably prudent person would not have acted, or not acting as a reasonably prudent would have acted.