About Bottlinger Law L.L.C.
We are an Omaha-based law firm that specializes in personal injury, estate planning, commercial litigation, and agricultural law. We take pride in offering personalized law services and helping our clients plan for their futures or navigate confusing legal situations.
Licensed to practice in Nebraska, Iowa, and Texas, attorney Jason B. Bottlinger began his legal career in Houston, defending insurance companies. While he enjoyed the fast-paced, high-dollar litigation involved in insurance law, he realized that his true calling was fighting for the rights of real people.
Since returning to his home state of Nebraska, Jason has concentrated on estate planning, agricultural law, personal injury claims, contract law, and medical malpractice. He has argued cases all over Nebraska, large parts of Iowa, and in the Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals in St. Louis.
Born in Omaha and a graduate of the University of Nebraska –Lincoln, attorney Jason B. Bottlinger always has and always will consider himself a “Husker.”
Jason’s wife is also a Husker; she grew up on a family farm in northeast Nebraska. The two met at UNL, then moved to Texas where Jason attended law school at Baylor University. But, Texas was too far from family, so they moved back to Nebraska. To this day, they love calling Omaha home. The couple now has two children who keep them both very busy. When not practicing law, Jason enjoys spending time with family, fishing, photography, and football.
- Baylor University Law School
- Juris Doctorate
- National Moot Court Team
- Order of Barristers
- University of Nebraska-Lincoln
- B.S. Biochemistry & B.A. English & Economics
- NFA National Semi-Finalist, Lincoln Douglas Debate
- National Merit Scholar
Jason B. Bottlinger is active (and highly rated) on Avvo, the premiere lawyer listing site on the World Wide Web.
Membership in this group is restricted only to attorneys who have won multi-millions dollar verdicts for their clients.
Jason is a proud contributor to (and member of) the Nebraska Association of Trial Attorneys, which promotes justice on the Prairie.
We are proud members of the AAJ, which promotes accountability in the courts and fights for the rights of the downtrodden.
Jason Bottlinger has been named one of the Top 40 Lawyers under the age of 40 in the state by The National Trial Lawyers organization.
Our firm has a perfect A+ from the Better Business Bureau of Nebraska, which grades based on 13 different factors.
Jerrod P. Jaeger
Jerrod graduated from the Nebraska College of Law in 2004. Since being admitted to the bar, he has handled criminal and civil cases across the State of Nebraska, including Lancaster, Douglas, Sarpy, Hall, and Scotts Bluff counties. As a former public defender, Jerrod has tried several serious felony matters to jury, more often than not resulting in verdicts of acquittal. Jerrod has also obtained dismissals and reductions of charges using all the tools at a lawyer’s disposal, including recent reversals obtained in Nebraska’s appellate court system (See State v. Chapman, 307 Neb. 443, 949 N.W.2d 490 (2020) and State v. Torres, 28 Neb. App. 758, 948 N.W.2d 288 (2020)). Jerrod is a former Board member of the Lincoln Bar Association and the Nebraska Criminal Defense Attorneys Association (NCDAA). He is currently a member of the NCDAA and the Nebraska Association of Trial Attorneys (NATA). Jerrod attended the National Criminal Defense College in 2019. Jerrod resides in Fremont, Nebraska, and he enjoys fishing, playing video games with his son, dancing with his wife, watching Nebraska football, and getting caught up on shows through streaming apps.
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Producers Livestock Marketing Association v. Peterson
A $722,550 judgment on commodity hedge contracts.
Lakeside Feeders, Inc. v. Producers Livestock Marketing Association
A $1.5 million judgment for a lender against the claims of the borrowers’ livestock manager.
Robertson v. Jacobs Cattle Company
Affirmed a trial court’s previous judgment of dissociation in a family ranch partnership.