I am a lawyer in general practice. I’m very proud of that distinction. I can do more things for my clients than any three specialists, and I can do them without getting in my own way or double-billing. I strive for a “full-service” practice, where I can meet as many of my client’s needs as possible in one-stop shopping. In this way, I can also “coordinate care” with specialists for the things I cannot or will not do. The list of things I don’t do in this office is pretty short:
- I send bankruptcies to a colleague;
- I don’t do taxes (although, I know enough to translate for your accountant);
- and I do not do malpractice; that too, I can refer you to another colleague.
Everything else I have done, and if I haven’t I will be more than happy to do it.
I keep my prices low; I believe everyone is entitled to representation. If I feel that I am not the right person for the task at hand, I will tell you in our free consultation. If you feel our personalities are too different to work together, please tell me and I will be more than happy to refer you to another attorney that will be a better fit.
Some of my work in the past has turned up in the reported cases in the Nebraska Court of Appeals and the Nebraska Supreme Court. In some of these I lost for the right reasons; in others I won for the wrong reasons; justice always prevails. I always do my best. Here are some examples of my work you can look into:
Melanie M. v. Winterer, 290 Neb. 764, 862 N. W.2d 76 (Neb. 2015)
Marshall v. FedEx Freight East, Inc., A-14-982 Court of Appeals of Nebraska (August 25, 2015 )
Peterson v. Leprino Foods, A-14-1167 Court of Appeals of Nebraska (September 29, 2016)
In re Ethan M., 15 Neb. App. 148, 723 N.W.2d 363(Neb. 2006)
Manon v. Orr, 289 Neb 484, 859 N.W.2d 106 (Neb. 2014)
In re Interest of L.W., 241 Neb 84, 486 N.W.2d 486 (Neb. 1992)
The things of which I’m proudest are things I cannot talk about. My job is like that of a plumber; when I’ve done it right, nobody should notice.