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Personal Injury
in Lincoln

After an accident, you are probably thinking, “What comes next?” You probably need expensive medical care, which is too much for many people to afford. You also might be in so much pain you can’t think about returning to work, which will only double or triple your stress levels.

At the Law Office of Brian P. Azemika, we have helped hundreds of clients determine the best path forward. If someone else is responsible for your accident, you might file a personal injury claim for financial compensation. We have successfully obtained millions of dollars to cover clients’ medical bills, lost income, property damage, and pain. In a free consultation, we can review your legal rights and determine whether you have a solid claim for compensation. Contact us to get started.

Our Personal Injury Practice

  • We maintain a broad personal injury practice and have handled all sorts of accident claims. The Law Office of Brian P. Azemika can help anyone injured in:
  • Car accidents
  • Truck accidents
  • Pedestrian accidents
  • Motorcycle collisions
  • Bicycle accidents
  • Train accidents
  • Slip and falls
  • Dog attacks
  • Premises liability claims
  • Medical malpractice
  • Defective product accidents
  • Sports and recreational accidents

These accidents cause serious injuries. If you feel any pain after an accident, go to the hospital for a timely diagnosis of what’s wrong. Some injuries gradually worsen if you do not receive prompt treatment.

How We Analyze Personal Injury Cases

Our firm is happy to offer a free case analysis to anyone injured in a Lincoln accident. We will ask various questions to better gauge the strength of your case.

The most important elements in a personal injury case are:

  • Fault: This is the person or business responsible for the accident. Fault can be shared, but you can’t be 100% to blame for your accident if you want compensation. Most accidents are caused by negligence, which is the failure to use reasonable care. It might be obvious based on your story who is at fault, or we might need more information.
  • Damages: We negotiate financial compensation for your damages. These include things like medical bills, property damage, pain and suffering, emotional distress, lost income, and loss of consortium. You can strengthen your claim by fully documenting your lost income, medical bills, and car damage.
  • Evidence—We need solid evidence to successfully negotiate a personal injury settlement. Some important pieces of evidence include witnesses who observed what happened and can back up your own version of events. Other evidence might include videos or photographs of the accident scene.

 Schedule your consultation today. In a meeting, we will have other advice about what steps you should take.

Common Personal Injuries

Some of the painful, disruptive injuries our clients deal with include:

  • Head injuries. They can suffer concussions, traumatic brain injuries, or hypoxic injuries, which could prove fatal.
  • Neck injuries. Whiplash is a common neck injury, but not the only one. You could also fracture a bone in your neck or pinch a nerve.
  • Skin injuries. Burns, abrasions, lacerations, and scarring are all problems that can leave a person in intense physical and emotional pain.
  • Back injuries. The back is very complex, and many things can go wrong. Some common back injuries include herniated discs, fractures, sprains, and narrowing of the spinal column.
  • Amputation. A person might lose a limb in a tragic accident, especially a crush injury.
  • Paralysis. A major brain or spinal cord injury can result in permanent impairment, loss of balance, and loss of sensation.

How Our Law Firm Can Help

You might be tempted to tackle your own insurance claim. We recommend that you hire a Lincoln personal injury lawyer instead. Contact us to find out what services we offer clients:

  • Legal analysis. Do you have a valid legal claim? Before you get started, you should have an experienced lawyer analyze the law to see whether you have a right to compensation.
  • Evidence collection. We can help you document your injuries, financial losses, and pain. We can also find evidence on our own, such as toxicology results if you were injured by a drunk person.
  • Coordination with insurance companies. Insurance companies defend most of these cases. They often hound accident victims for endless pieces of paper and other information. Let us handle this communication so you can get a good night’s sleep.
  • Negotiation strategy. If we can prove fault, we will negotiate for a settlement. We wish this was an easy process. But obtaining fair compensation requires a deliberate and thoughtful approach. Let us help.
  • Litigation and support. We can file a lawsuit in court, when necessary, to obtain compensation. Our firm has ample experience in litigation, including depositions and document requests. We can argue your case with a judge and jury.

We have an impressive roster of results, including multiple million-dollar settlements on behalf of clients. Please call us to find out how we can assist with your case.

Important Deadlines

After an accident, you might spend weeks going from doctor to doctor, with rehabilitation appointments sprinkled in. Accident victims are busy, to put it mildly. When not driving around, many want to stay in bed to rest.

However, it is critical that you make time to meet with an experienced Lincoln personal injury lawyer. In most cases, California’s statute of limitations provides accident victims with a maximum of 2 years to file a lawsuit. If you go over this deadline—even by accident—you will lose the ability to sue. Don’t let that happen to you. Call our firm as soon as possible. We can promptly file a lawsuit, if necessary, to protect your ability to seek compensation.

Speak with a Lincoln Personal Injury Lawyer Today

If you were hurt in an accident, please call our law firm as soon as you can. We have the experience you need to handle a personal injury case. Our firm is happy to explain more in a free consultation. You can afford our services. We do not charge legal fees but instead agree to accept a portion of any settlement we win on your behalf. Contact us to find out more.