Factors Affecting Damages Awards

It stands to reason that the most important factor which will affect the amount of damages that you can recover is the nature of the injury sustained.... Read More

Amount of Damages in Omaha Personal Injuries

There is no simple, universal formula that lets us put a price tag on injury, pain and suffering. Rather, at Inkelaar Law we rely on our experience in... Read More

Negligence Torts in Omaha

The most common tort — and the one most difficult to define — is negligence. Negligence is defined as the failure to use reasonable due care to av... Read More

General Information on Lead Paint Harm

Elemental lead is a naturally occurring, bluish-gray metal found in small amounts in rock and soils. Lead has no distinctive taste or smell. Lead and ... Read More

What Constitutes “Disfigurement” in a Nebraska Personal Injury Case?

Experiencing any kind of accident that results in a personal injury can be traumatizing. Not only do you have to deal with missed time from work and m... Read More

What to Do If You’re the Victim of Domestic Violence

Domestic violence is more common today than it has been in past years, due to the overwhelming amount of ways one can exhibit violence toward another.... Read More

Personal Injury Law: A Brief Overview of Traumatic Brain Injuries

A traumatic brain injury (TBI) can completely change your life. Any injury to the brain can irreversibly affect other parts of your body and can lead ... Read More

What Exactly Is “Negligence” Anyway?

When you are injured in some sort of accident which was caused by another person or entity, any sort of personal injury lawsuit brought against that p... Read More

7 Steps to Immediately Take if You Are Injured in a Slip and Fall Accident

Oftentimes, people overlook the potentially severe dangers posed by a slip and fall. After all, everyone at some point or another has slipped on a wet... Read More

Lead Data and Statistics

Lead Data and Statistics Number of Children Tested and Confirmed EBLLs by State and BLL Group, Children < 72 Months Old, 2006 State Population <... Read More