AAA estimates Independence Day travel volume to rise 4.1 percent compared to 2018. They say nearly 49 million people are planning some sort of getaway over the holiday weekend, and many of those getaways are likely to be by car. In fact, AAA estimates 41.4 million Americans will travel by automobile over the weekend.
Depending on what criteria you use to answer this question, yes, motorcycles can be dangerous. Motor vehicles can be dangerous as well.
Racking up medical bills after an unexpected injury is something no one should have to deal with. Unfortunately, car crashes in our state lead to just that situation every day. The most important thing is to get the medical care you need.
We are proud to announce attorney Kathleen Rockey has received the honorable rating of AV Preeminent by Martindale-Hubbell®. This esteemed recognition means she has been rated as performing at the highest level of professional excellence as judged by her peers.
You were injured in a serious crash and you are wondering how you will pay your medical bills. While the insurance company may make you a settlement offer quickly, are you sure it is the full amount of compensation you need and deserve?
Unfortunately, no matter how careful a driver you are, the careless actions of other motorists can get you in an accident. One such example is drunk driving. DUI remains a problem across the U.S., including in Nebraska. If you believe a drunk driver caused the crash that injured you, our experienced accident attorneys may be able to help you pursue compensation. Please call us for more information at 402-371-4300. Our law firm has offices in Norfolk and Omaha.
The weather forecast looks cold and snowy for the holiday weekend in Norfolk, Omaha and the surrounding areas. This weather, combined with increased volume on the roads, means you'll need to practice caution and patience if you are traveling by motor vehicle for Thanksgiving.