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Omaha Statute of Limitations

Statute of limitations may vary from state to state, however the general concept remains the same. Statute of limitations were created to limit the amount of time a person can take to file a civil or criminal lawsuit, or the amount of time the state can take to prosecute a person for committing a certain crime.  In most instances, the statute of limitation will depend on the crime involved or legal claim.

At Inkelaar Law, our attorneys are extremely familiar with the Nebraska statute of limitations and are able to assist people with their claims. These limitations may vary depending on each individual circumstance, which is why it is important to seek legal counsel directly following your injury or crime.

For more information, call 1-877-537-4665 or complete the FREE Case Evaluation form on this page today.

Civil Statutes of Limitations

The following table provides information regarding Nebraska civil statutes of limitations. Further information regarding these limitations can be found in Title 25 of the Nebraska Revised Statutes. Nebraska’s civil statutes of limitations include:

Description Limitation Period
Personal Injury 4 years
Product Liability 4 years
Property Damage 4 years
Wrongful Death 2 years
Assault & Battery 1 year
Written Contract 5 years
Verbal Contract 4 years
False Imprisonment 1 year
Fraud 4 years
Enforcing Court Judgments 5 years
Legal Malpractice 2 years
Slander 1 year
Trespassing 4 years

Criminal Statutes of Limitations

The Nebraska criminal statutes of limitations may vary from other states, therefore it is important to recognize which category your alleged crime may fall under. Further information regarding these limitations can be found in section 29-110 of the Nebraska Revised Statutes. Nebraska’s criminal statutes of limitations include:

Description Limitation Period
Arson No limit
Assault 18 months or 3 years
Burglary 3 years
Disorderly Conduct 18 months
Kidnapping 3 years
Voluntary Manslaughter 3 years
Involuntary Manslaughter 3 years
Murder No limit
Second Degree Murder No limit
Rape No limit
Receiving Stolen Property 18 months or 3 years
Robbery 3 years
Theft 18 months or 3 years

Contact an Experienced Nebraska Personal Injury Attorney

Our attorneys at Inkelaar Law want to help you if you have been injured by the negligent actions of another individual, or if you have been accused of a crime.  Throughout the state of Nebraska, our law firm is highly respected for providing injured victims with the compensation they deserve, and assisting those who have been wrongfully accused of a crime.

With offices located in Omaha, and Lincoln, Nebraska, our team of lawyers are able to help those in need across the entire state. Over our many years of serving the great state of Nebraska, we have discovered that the sooner victims seek legal counsel, the better. This allows our team to collect the necessary evidence, testimonials, and documents to form the most robust case against the negligent individual.

To learn more about our law firm, or to schedule your Free Case Evaluation, we welcome you to call 1-877-537-4665, or complete the form at the top of this page. Each of our attorneys provide a free initial case review for our clients and have assisted thousands of individuals seek the justice they deserve.