It's certainly about to cool off in Omaha. As the summer draws to a close, highs in the 60s are forecasted with chances for rain. You might soon see frost in the mornings. For those of us who love to ride, the autumn simply means different conditions for handling your motorcycle.
Distracted driving causes thousands of deaths each year. In fact, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, distracted driving caused approximately 3,450 fatalities in 2016.
The annual Sturgis motorcycle rally in South Dakota wrapped up this past Sunday. According to the South Dakota Highway Patrol, there were 4 motorcycle accident fatalities at the event this year, down by half from 2017, when 8 motorcyclists died.
Wide open lanes and stunning vistas – these are just a couple of the reasons Nebraska is a great place to ride. If you have a motorcycle road trip planned this summer, please read a few safety tips outlined below.
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.
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.
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:
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.