Nebraska Personal Injury Law Firm

Personal Attention,
Proven Results.

Your Trusted Partner in Legal Challenges

At Steffens Law Accident Injury Lawyers, we understand the weight of legal issues on your shoulders. Our experienced team is committed to offering personalized legal solutions in personal injury, bankruptcy,  and estate planning. We blend compassion with aggressive representation to protect your rights and secure your future.

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50+ Years

of Legal

Over 800

5-star reviews

30 Years

in Business

Voted Top 5 Best Attorneys in Nebraska by 'Best Things Nebraska.'

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National Academy of Personal Injury Attorney

Dedicated Advocacy, Personalized Care

At Steffens Law Accident Injury Lawyers, we're more than just attorneys; we're dedicated advocates deeply committed to your well-being. With over 50 years of combined experience, our team specializes in personal injury and bankruptcy law, guiding you through each step with compassion and expertise.

Our unique approach centers on understanding your individual story, ensuring that every client feels heard and supported. From our central office in Broken Bow to locations across Nebraska, we're here for you, ready to fight for your rights and secure the best possible outcome for your case


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Our approach is comprehensive and client-centric. From the initial consultation to the resolution of your case, we provide tailored advice, clear communication, and a strategy that aligns with your specific needs and goals. We recognize the emotional and financial stress that legal issues can bring, which is why our firm is committed to making the legal journey as smooth and stress-free as possible for you.

Serving the entire state of Nebraska from our centrally located office in Broken Bow, our reach extends far and wide. We make it a point to be accessible to our clients, whether it means traveling to you or offering consultations over the phone or through video conferencing. We're not just your attorneys; we're your advocates, your advisers, and your partners in securing a brighter future.


Why Choose Us?

At Steffens Law Office, we bring over 50 years of combined legal expertise to your case. Our seasoned team of attorneys is well-versed in the complexities of personal injury and bankruptcy law, ensuring you receive the knowledgeable guidance and robust representation you deserve.

Your case is unique, and so is our approach. We take the time to understand your specific situation, providing personalized legal strategies tailored to your needs. Our commitment is to not only achieve favorable outcomes but also to ensure that you feel supported and informed throughout the legal process.

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Do pedestrians always have the right of way?

Pedestrians have the right of way when crossing the street within a crosswalk so long as they are obeying all traffic lights, signals, or signs present. But even then, there are some tricky exceptions.

For example, even when you are in a marked crosswalk, if you head into traffic while ignoring a red DON'T WALK signal, a driver that hits you won’t be liable for your injuries.

Anyone who crosses a roadway at any point other than within a marked crosswalk or within an unmarked crosswalk at an intersection with traffic signals, must yield the right of way to all vehicles on the roadway.

Pedestrians may not cross the street between two traffic signals when not within a marked crosswalk.

Some unmarked crosswalks are designated by the Department of Transportation (with appropriate traffic control signals) as locations where you must yield to vehicles, and not the other way around.

Additionally, a pedestrian cannot cross a roadway intersection diagonally unless traffic control devices are present and specifically allow this type of crossing.

Finally, pedestrians should never suddenly enter the path of oncoming traffic which is traveling too fast to stop in time for a pedestrian. In fact, people who have done so and were injured lost their case when they sued the driver.

So, these rules essentially tell us that pedestrians who cross the street anywhere other than an unmarked crosswalk or an intersection with traffic signals or marked crosswalk must always yield the right of way to vehicles, which means that pedestrians certainly do not always have the right of way!

How do I file bankruptcy in Lincoln, Nebraska?

To file a bankruptcy, start by contacting a bankruptcy attorney.
Bankruptcy forms are available online, but they can be confusing and time-consuming to fill out. With something this important to your future, it’s essential to have as much help and advice as possible to make sure you and your family become financially secure.
We at Steffens Law Office take pride in how easy we make it for our clients to go through the bankruptcy process. We’ll walk you through each step, protect you from creditors, and offer advice so you don’t have to do it alone.

I Was in a Truck Accident How Can a Personal Injury Attorney Can Help Me?

An experienced personal injury attorney can help you to understand your rights. The legal process is complex and involved in a truck accident case. Often even more complex than car accidents, as there are many more regulations and laws surrounding commercial vehicles. An experienced personal injury attorney will have an understanding of these laws and can provide guidance on what to expect in the case.