There are several types of other injuries that can occur at work. Click below to learn more about each type of injury. If any of these apply to you, and you have have questions, please contact me.
Spinal Injuries and Amputation
Spinal injuries and amputations are often a result of automobile accidents, work injuries, slip and falls, and other types of injuries, leaving victims of negligence with permanent disability and permanent ongoing medical treatment. Injuries can affect the cervical spine and neck area, mid-back, or lower lumbar areas. The residual effects can lead to a loss of motor control in arms and legs, severe pain, or even paraplegia.
As a result of spine injuries, damages in the form of lost wages and medical bills can be financially devastating. It is important that you speak with an attorney as soon as possible to protect your rights. Our office will help you obtain compensation for medical expenses, lost wages, future care needs, and pain and suffering.
Traumatic brain injuries (TBI) can result in a multitude of long-lasting and even permanent problems, including memory loss, concentration difficulties, dizziness, and loss of vision. Medical bills can be financially devastating following a brain injury, as most treatment is very intensive and expensive. It is important that you properly evaluate brain injuries to determine what rehabilitation and treatment is necessary. If you have suffered a traumatic brain injury, contact our office to discuss how best to maximize your recovery against a negligent party.
Wrongful deaths can occur from automobile accidents, defective products, or medicines. If you have lost a loved one as a result of the negligence of another, Nebraska law allows the surviving spouse or next of kin the right to bring a wrongful death lawsuit against that party.
You should speak with Putnam Law as soon as possible. The statute of limitations for a wrongful death claim in Nebraska is two years from the date of death. I will work for you to establish the evidence to present the best possible case to maximize recovery.
Property owners-whether a landlord, grocery store, company, or municipality-must properly maintain their land. Falls on mismanaged property can result in serious personal injuries involving the spine and brain-or even death. If you have been injured on someone else’s property, you may be able to recover damages against the property owners. There are specific laws in Nebraska regarding the rights of someone injured as a result of this negligence. It is your duty to find out what law applies to your specific injury case before you can recover.
If you have suffered a personal injury as a result of a truck or 18-wheeler accident, Putnam Law will work hard to get you compensation for your loss. Truck accidents can occur from inexperienced driving, drunk driving, faulty maintenance, falling asleep at the wheel, or other form of negligence. We will explore all avenues of recovery and compensation. Call for a free consultation to find out your truck accident injury rights under Nebraska law, and get the compensation you deserve.Learn More
From air bags to defective tires, if you were injured due to an unsafe or defective product, you may be entitled to recover compensation through a product liability lawsuit. Several parties may be responsible for the injuries, including the product manufacturer, designer, retailer, or distributor. Product liability cases are complex due to the legal theories involved in pursuing a claim, and you need an experienced product liability attorney to help you. If you think you might have a product liability claim, call us immediately. There is no obligation. Find out your rights and maximize your recovery.
- Aviation Injuries
- Motorcycle Accidents
- Bus Accidents
- Construction Liability
- Dog Bites
- Professional Malpractice
- Food Poisoning
- Nursing Home Negligence
- Railroad Crossing Accidents
- Railroad Workers Injuries (F.E.L.A.)