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Accidents can leave a devastating, lasting effect on both your physical and emotional well-being. In addition to physical pain and suffering, it can put a great deal of financial stress on you and your family. When your accident was caused due to the actions of someone else, the injured and disabled have the grounds to seek financial relief for the resulting damages.

What is the Nebraska Statute of Limitations for Personal Injury?

A personal injury statute of limitations in the law each state enforces regarding how long after their accident someone may file a personal injury lawsuit.

According to Neb. Rev. Stat. Ann. § 25-207(3) (2016), injury victims are allowed to file a personal injury lawsuit up to 4 years after the date on which their accident occurred. If you fail to file your lawsuit within the allotted amount of time, your case will most likely be dismissed.

Within this statute of limitations, the actual time frame can vary depending on the type of injury lawsuit you are filing. For example, if you're filing a lawsuit for wrongful death, the typical time limit is 2 years after the death has occurred (§30-810).

It is important that you seek out a skilled Nebraska personal injury attorney to help you determine what the statute of limitations is for your case, and how quickly you must ask in order to preserve your case.

Our Personal Injury Practice Areas

If you believe that another person behaved irresponsibly or recklessly and contributed to your injury, you may be able to hold them accountable. Our personal injury lawyers in Omaha are here to provide you with the support you need to recover while we focus on navigating this legal process, substantiating your claim, and ensuring that your eligibility for compensation is clearly asserted before the law.

Our firm represents personal injury cases of all types, including:

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What is Nebraska's Pain and Suffering Law?

Nebraska does not put a cap on damages that can be recovered for pain and suffering in most cases; however, when it comes to medical malpractice there is a total damage cap enforced which limits the amount of compensation that can be recovered (both economic and non-economic) to $2.25 million.

Contact Our Nebraska Personal Injury Firm Today

At Watson & Carroll we know how deeply a personal injury can impact your life, as well as the lives of your entire family. You can rely on our Omaha personal injury lawyer to investigate the details of your case and put together a claim that addresses the adverse effects of your injury and pursues the resources needed for you to make the fullest recovery possible.

How Our Team Can Help You

  • No Attorney Fees Unless We Win
  • Free, No-Obligation Consultations
  • 30+ Years of Combined Legal Experience
  • Lead Attorney Who Is Also a Registered Nurse

Start the process with a free case evaluation. Contact our offices today to schedule one.

What Sets Us Apart

Watson & Carroll Attorneys Bring Unique Experience to Every Case
  • Esteemed Attorney & Registered Nurse

    John F. Carroll, President of Watson & Carroll, is a licensed registered nurse and attorney.

  • Collaborative
    Team Approach

    Our team approach helps us achieve successful outcomes for our clients and their families.

  • Sharing Our
    Client's Story

    Our team helps clients connect to and share their story in a caring, compassionate, & nurturing way.

  • Trial Lawyers
    College Graduate

    John F. Carroll is a graduate and participating member of Gerry Spence's Trial Lawyers College.