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When someone is injured in an accident in Nebraska, it is important to gather information about what happens next.

Being injured in a serious accident is always a shocking and scary experience, and dealing with the aftermath is exhausting and stressful. Accident victims are forced to deal with hospitalization, medical treatments, missed work, and lost income, often while trying to manage pain and disability from their injuries. And then the insurance adjusters start circling. Find out more about accidents and what issues an injured person needs to be aware of by going to this link.

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Legal and Other Resources and Information

Nebraska State Patrol

The Nebraska State Patrol (NSP) is Nebraska's only statewide full-service law enforcement agency. Serving Nebraska since 1937, NSP officers perform a wide variety of duties. Those duties include working with communities to improve public safety; enforcing traffic, criminal and drug laws; investigating crimes, as well as enforcing the laws and federal regulations pertaining to commercial motor carriers.

Nebraska 511

Using your wireless phone: Information regarding road and traffic conditions can be a valuable tool en route decision-making. Should I consider taking another route? Are road conditions deteriorating and is it time for me to find a safe place to wait for improved conditions? Motorist safety is the Nebraska Department of Roads’ number one priority. Therefore, NDOR encourages responsible use of your wireless phone. That means pulling off at a rest area, fueling station, restaurant or other location to make your call. (Parking on the shoulder of an interstate highway for non-emergency purposes is illegal in Nebraska.)

Nebraska Judicial System

The Constitution of the State of Nebraska distributes the judicial power of the state among the Supreme Court, Court of Appeals, ­district courts, and county courts.  All state courts operate under the administrative direction of the Supreme Court.  In addition to the courts created by the Constitution, the Nebraska judicial system has two other courts – the separate juvenile courts located in Douglas, Lancaster, and Sarpy Counties, and a statewide Workers’ Compensation Court.

Volunteer Lawyers Project - Nebraska State Bar Association

The Nebraska State Bar Association’s Volunteer Lawyers Project was created to provide legal assistance to person who cannot afford to hire an attorney, nor can they receive assistance through the federally legal service program in the state. VLP was created in the early 1980, while our method intake and delivery of services has changed over the years, our mission has not. VLP works to ensure that all citizens have access to the legal system. VLP can only succeed with the willingness of volunteers to donate their time and their money.

Nebraska Association of Trial Attorneys

The Nebraska Association of Trial Attorneys is dedicated to the improvement of the trial practice, and preservation of the jury system. The Association provides quality continuing legal education and is active in the legislative process insofar as it impacts upon justice in Nebraska. The membership of the Association is open to all lawyers,and law students. The resources of the Association are committed to providing advocacy-related services to members and sponsoring, supporting or opposing legislation as needed to protect rights of citizens to recover for wrongs inflicted upon them and maintaining the integrity of the legal system.

Creighton University -School of Law

Creighton University School of Law was founded in 1904, not just to prepare lawyers but to develop leaders. To provide a powerful education, based on a solid mission statement and rooted in the Jesuit Catholic tradition. We believe in the Jesuit idea of educating the whole person, of empowering our graduates to find their place in the world. So that they contribute to the greater good. Through leadership. Through service. Throughout their life.

University of Nebraska-Lincoln College of Law

Nebraska is considered #1 Best Value Law School in the U.S. by the National Jurist Magazine, September 2015.  The #4 Law School that Leads to the Least Debt by U.S. News & World Reports, Spring 2015.   Our Entrepreneurship Clinicallows 3L students to work with start up businesses and entrepreneurs on a variety of transactional legal issues.  It has the first and only Space, Cyber, and Telecommunications Law program of its kind in the U.S.

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