Business litigation is a broad term referring to legal disputes with customers, partners, competitors, government agencies, other companies, groups, etc. These types of disputes can become complex and of course they will have an impact on the future of your business. As experienced attorneys dealing with these issues in Omaha, we can help companies large and small protect their best interests. For...Read More
We are proud to announce that attorney David Copple has been selected as a member of the Top 1% of lawyers as named by the National Association of Distinguished Counsel. NADC promotes the highest standards of legal excellence, and membership among them is truly an honor.
According to NADC, inclusion in the top 1% means that David Copple is...Read More
In Omaha and nationwide, Americans love their cars and trucks. But for all the convenience and comfort that our cars provide, few events alter a person's life in an instant like a motor vehicle accident.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration reports that an accident happens in this country roughly every 15 seconds. It follows that in 2016...Read More
Have you or a loved one been seriously injured in an incident caused by someone else's carelessness? If so, our experienced Nebraska attorneys may be able to help you pursue compensation in a case. Personal injury cases can involve virtually any type of physical injury, such as:
- Brain injury
- Burn injury
- Spinal cord injury
- Back injury
- Occupational illness
- Amputating injuries
These injuries can arise in a variety of incidents and accidents. The key factor for the...Read More
February is, statistically, the worst month of winter – the coldest and the snowiest. In Omaha, we know very well that winter can be a difficult, dangerous time, especially for pedestrians. One of the biggest dangers in winter is the threat of slip and fall accidents.
Our slip and fall lawyers have seen just how devastating these accidents...Read More
The IIHS has revealed its top safety picks for 2018, with models from Toyota, Hyundai and Subaru at the forefront. Safe vehicles are a critical component to reducing the fatal auto accident rate, which increased for a second year in a row in 2016, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. Tragically, 37,461...Read More
Tragically, accidents involving large trucks kill thousands of people each year, and injure tens of thousands more. The severe crashes are often catastrophic when they involve smaller vehicles. Please see our slide show to learn more about the most relevant crash statistics regarding large trucks.
Were you or a loved one injured in a crash involving a truck in Omaha, Lincoln, Norfolk or elsewhere in the state of Nebraska? You may have an injury claim, in which you can pursue maximum compensation. For a consultation with our experienced Omaha accident attorneys, please call Copple, Rockey,...Read More
When you are injured in a motor vehicle accident caused by someone else's negligence, you need and deserve an experienced advocate on your side. At Copple, Rockey, McKeever & Schlecht, we do not stop working until the best possible results have been obtained.
In a successful claim, the injured victim is awarded "damages," which is compensation for how the injury has affected the victim's life. Call our Omaha and Lincoln attorneys to find out if you may be owed damages: 402-218-2641.
With Thanksgiving happening next week, the busy holiday season has begun. Holidays throughout the year involve increased travel, including by car. Many of these holidays also bring about a spike in motor vehicle accidents, and there are several factors which may influence the rise in crashes:
Increased Travel and Traffic on Highways
AAA estimates 51 million Americans will travel for...Read More
Attorney David Copple is proud to have been honored by Northeast Community College. The ceremony was held last month at the Lifelong Learning Center, which is located on the Norfolk campus of Northeast. Mr. Copple and another individual were recognized for their significant service and contributions to the college.
Mr. Copple ...Read More