Personal Injury Blog
Having a police officer show up at your door and shove a restraining order in your face can feel like a massive blow. Restraining orders can impact every facet of your life, from where you work to how you get around Omaha to your relationships. Whether it is temporary or permanent, you should take a restraining order seriously and not hesitate to speak to an attorney about how you can fight it.
Since October 2015, Monsanto has been embroiled in over a thousand lawsuits regarding Roundup’s lack of a warning label on its active ingredient: glyphosate, which some experts have linked to non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma. While the company has continued to fight back, there have been major wins for plaintiffs, including several multi-million-dollar jury verdicts.
Many great journeys start with the pursuit of knowledge, and the decision to go to college is not one most people make lightly. Picking the right school, debating about a major, choosing a career path – there are so many questions you have to ask yourself, and you can never predict what you will find along the way.
Peloton, the workout equipment manufacturer that became infamous for 2019’s strangest holiday commercial, has made headlines once against for a far more serious issue. Since launching its high-class treadmill Tread+, the manufacturer has faced public backlash following reports that multiple children and pets were injured by the device. This culminated in March 2021, when a 6-year-old child was killed by a Tread+, which eventually forced the company to recall the device on May 5, 2021.
After being arrested for driving under the influence, you may be looking to keep out of jail, get your license back, and return to your normal life. Here in Nebraska, DUI defendants can plead to lesser charges to avoid the stress of a trial, but you should be aware of all of your options before agreeing to anything a district attorney offers, including a wet reckless plea.
Since announcing the 2021 Bowties and Books Scholarship, Bottlinger Law L.L.C. has been busy reading each applicant’s essay. This was a difficult task given the fact that we received over 1,000 applications, but our team was up for the challenge. Following an intense and lively debate, we have decided on 5 finalists for the 4th annual Bowties and Books Scholarship, one of whom will go on to win a $2,500 scholarship!
Getting letters or emails from your dealership about an auto recall may seem like an inconvenience, but these simple documents include important information. Recalls warn drivers about safety defects in their vehicles that can lead to serious injuries. Unfortunately, it often takes more than one collision for companies to issue recalls.
Commercial truck accidents remain one of the most dangerous types of collisions on the roads around Nebraska, killing multiple drivers and pedestrians every year. If you were injured or lost a loved one in a truck wreck, you may be looking for someone to hold accountable for your medical bills. But these cases are complex and require an in-depth investigation to determine how the collision occurred and who is responsible.
No one expects to get arrested, and most people are not aware of how the justice system will proceed outside of some loose ideas from TV or movies. While you may be worried about finding an attorney and preparing for a trial, the first step is getting you home to your family so you can get ready for your case. In Nebraska, this means posting bail, but this process can be complex.
Self-driving cars may sound like a futuristic endeavor, but newer and newer technology is being developed and tested every day across the country. As exciting as these vehicles sound, there are still many questions about how safe they will be and how drivers should respond in a wreck. While laws surrounding these vehicles are still in the early stages, it is important for every driver to understand their rights after a collision with a self-driving car.
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