Case Results

The attorneys at Knowles Law Firm have a successful record of helping our clients achieve the best results possible after an injury or illness.

results-bottom” style=”text-align: left;”>Additionally, the attorneys at Knowles Law Firm have recently tried five jury cases in Douglas County, Nebraska, and in each case obtained a verdict greater than the settlement offers presented before trial. Past results do not guarantee future results; the reader should consult with an attorney about their specific needs.

$2.5 million*

traumatic brain injury

$2.4 million*

Auto accident case

$2.1 million*

Construction site accident case

$1.85 million*

$1,850,000 settlement from a trucking accident. Client, age 67, suffered a Traumatic Brain Injury and multiple orthopedic injuries.

$1.2 million*

Products liability case

$1 million*

Negligence case

$1 million*

Injury case involving an aggravation of a pre-existing back condition


Settlement of a wrongful death claim resulting from a trucking accident. Decedent, age 64, was single with no dependents.


trucking accident


Dog owner liability


Settlement for a Political Subdivision Tort Claim against the City of Omaha resulting from a police chase. Client, age 55, suffered fractures to both lower legs.


Truck-auto accident case


Settlement for a motor vehicle accident case. Client required neck surgery.


Settlement for a dog (pit bull) bite to the face of a minor leaving permanent scarring.


Rural highway auto accident case


Settlement for a soft-tissue neck injury sustained in a motor vehicle accident. Client had $47,000 in special damages and a permanency opinion from two medical doctors. Insurance company’s initial offer was $36,000.


Recovery on Underinsured Motorist claim after a jury trial in Omaha. Client, age 48, suffered from chronic soft-tissue neck pain following a motor vehicle accident. Before filing suit against her auto insurance company for Underinsured Motorist benefits, attorney settled client’s third-party liability claim for $100,000.