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Lincoln Nebraska Personal Injury Law Blog

Dealing with Injuries on Your Property (Part III)

In previous blogs, we have discussed what to do if someone is injured in your property and also who can be held liable for personal injuries on properties. We will now look at the other perspective on this issue, and address the legal possible legal statuses and definitions of people who could potentially be injured on their property.

Teens in the Drivers Seat - Putting an End to Distracted Driving

Friedman Law Offices is excited to announce our new partnership with the Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services and their Teens in the Driver Seat program. Putting an end to distracted driving is something that we're quite passionate about, and we are beyond honored to have the opportunity to provide support to innovative programs such as this.

What to Do if You're Hit by a Drunk Driver

Over one million U.S. drivers were arrested for driving under the influence of alcohol in 2016. If you're injured by a drunk driver, the last thing on your mind is the mess of legal struggles ahead, but these legal proceedings are one of the most important aspects of the accident if you wish to fully recover damages caused by the negligent driver.

What to Do at the Scene of an Accident

Depositphotos_34923513_l-2015.jpgAccidents are unpredictable and can occur anytime, anywhere, so it's a good idea to know what to do in the event an accident does occur. If you're driving and are in an accident, there are a number of things to consider and do at the scene of the accident.

Is Hands-Free Cell Phone Use Safer?

Depositphotos_165988458_xl-2015.jpgWe've all read the studies and heard the public service announcements declaring that driving while talking on a cell phone is dangerous. But what about hands-free cell phone use, using an earpiece, speakerphone, or dashboard system? Driving with both hands on the steering wheel is safer than driving with one hand while the other holds a cell phone, right? Well, not entirely. Contrary to the belief of many drivers across the country that hands-free devices are safer to use while driving than handheld devices, the National Safety Council (NSC) disagrees.