Do I Need to File a Police Report After a Single-Car Accident?

When to Report a Single-Car Accident | Hauptman, O'Brien, Wolf and Lathrop

Most of us know the drill. When you are involved in an accident, you call the police, get the other driver’s information, contact the insurance company, and so on. But what about single-car accidents? If another driver wasn’t involved, do you still need to call the police? Also, what if the accident was caused by […]

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What If the Driver Only Has the Minimum Amount of Car Insurance Coverage?

Options After Underinsured Driver Accident | Hauptman, O'Brien, Wolf and Lathrop

Drivers in Nebraska are required to purchase car insurance. This requirement is vital for ensuring that accident victims are able to pursue compensation for the damages they sustain in accidents due to the fault of others. Unfortunately, the damages in a car accident claim may exceed the at-fault driver’s auto insurance policy limits. If this […]

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Can You Get PTSD from a Motorcycle Accident?

PTSD Linked to Motorcycle Accidents | Hauptman, O'Brien, Wolf and Lathrop

Motorcycle accidents often result in serious injuries and fatalities. For the survivors, the physical harm is often exacerbated by the emotional impact that motorcyclists suffer after a crash. Victims of motorcycle accidents may experience a range of psychological disorders after an accident. These conditions can make it difficult to heal from your injuries and move […]

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Common Injuries in Rear-End Accidents

Injuries in Rear-End Collisions | Hauptman, O'Brien, Wolf and Lathrop

According to the National Highway Safety Administration (NHTSA), rear-end accidents account for about 29 percent of all accidents in the United States. Unfortunately, most of these crashes (a staggering 87 percent, according to the NHTSA) occur because of distracted driving. For accident victims, the consequences of these accidents can be devastating, resulting in injuries, disability, […]

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