Omaha Car Accident Lawyer
Representation from a BBB® Accredited Firm
Motor vehicle accidents occur every day across Nebraska and Iowa. The human costs are devastating when crashes cause serious injury or death. Even the most skilled, cautious drivers are vulnerable to others' driving errors, dangerous road conditions and other challenges. After any serious car, trucking, motorcycle or other roadway accident, your ability to achieve a maximum recovery will likely depend on the legal counsel you choose.
The legal team at Carlson & Burnett is here to help in every way we can if you or a family member has been hurt in a car accident. Led in this practice area by our team of AV Preeminent-rated personal injury Attorney Clete Blakeman, we will thoroughly investigate your case and pursue every angle to obtain all available compensation.
Injured in a car accident? Trust our experienced Omaha car accident attorneys for seasoned representation. Call (402) 810-8611 today for more information.
Handling a Variety of Car Accidents in Omaha
Our decades of successful advocacy for auto accident victims and their families has enabled many people to get quality medical care, put their lives back together and move forward.
Our Omaha car accident lawyers’ knowledge and capabilities cover:
- Wrecks involving all types of vehicles and circumstances, including motorcycle accidents, bicycle accidents, pedestrian accidents and truck accidents
- Auto accidents on interstate highways such as I-29, I-80 and I-680, highways such as U.S. 6, U.S. 30, U.S. 77, U.S. 75 and U.S. 34, state highways, county roads, urban streets and roads in residential areas
- All types of collisions and forms of driver negligence, ranging from head-on, rear-end and side-impact accidents caused by drunk or reckless driving to unavoidable crashes in dangerous highway construction zones
We are adamant in our support of traffic safety education and responsible driving practices — but no one can completely control what happens when they travel. In the aftermath, fault may be disputed.