Imagine that you were involved in a car accident in Lincoln. You will likely take some comfort in the assumption that the responsible party (and/or their insurance company) will cover your accident expenses. That comfort might soon vanish, however, if you learn that the driver that hit you was using another person's car.
People who live in Nebraska and are convicted of driving while intoxicated offenses may lose their right to drive for some time. They may, however, have the opportunity to regain their driving privileges if they install and use an ignition interlock device. These devices require a person to provide a breath sample prior to starting their vehicle every time. If the sample is clean, proving they are not under the influence of alcohol, the vehicle ignition is unlocked and they may drive.
Summer is here, and your family may soon be heading out of state for a vacation. When you do, don’t let road construction ruin your road trip.
As a college student, you’ve likely been warned to monitor what you post on social media. Future employers will check your accounts as an additional background check, and if they find photos of you surrounded by alcohol bottles or posts bashing past employers, it could reflect poorly on you.
You’ve only had “a couple” drinks, so why not drive home? Out of nowhere, those ever-recognizable blue lights start flashing behind you. Your worst fear realized.
Have you ever been curious about what happens if you decide to refuse a breathalyzer test?
Though it may be difficult to face the prospect of a traffic stop, it is best to comply with authorities' wishes rather than attempt to lead them on a chase. A 27-year-old motorcyclist from Grand Island, Nebraska, appears to have fled from law enforcement attempting to pull him over for speeding very early on a Wednesday morning. However, he ended up suffering irreversibly negative consequences when he collided with another vehicle and lost his life.
As a Nebraskan resident facing DUI-related charges, you may be wondering what the potential impact on the rest of your life could be if you are convicted. While many people usually think about jail time or large fines first, today we will take a look at some of the ways a DUI conviction could impact your day-to-day living.
Nebraskan residents like you who have been involved in a car crash may have ended up with various injuries. While damage done to the head and neck are popularly discussed, injuries to the knees can have an equally significant impact. At McHenry Haszard Law, we will carefully discuss this potential impact and how it may affect your quality of life.