Workers’ Compensation Attorneys in Omaha, NE

If you’ve sustained a work-related injury, the uncertainty about your finances due to time away from work and medical expenses can weigh you down. Though the Nebraska Workers’ Compensation Act was enacted to help you in these circumstances, going through the process of filing a workers’ compensation claim isn’t something to take on alone.


Brown & Theis, Workers’ Compensation Lawyers in Omaha, NE, have more than 60 years of combined experience representing victims of work-related injuries. We represent you to make sure that insurance companies don’t shortchange you and you receive full and fair compensation for your injury.

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Examples of Injuries Covered by the Nebraska Workers’ Compensation Act

Wondering whether or not you can make a claim based on the injury that your experienced? More likely than not, if the injury was work-related, you have the right to make a claim. Use the examples below to see the types of injuries that are covered under the Nebraska Workers’ Compensation Act. Make sure to contact us for a free, no-obligation consultation no matter the injury you sustained at work.


  • Physical injuries, including falls, injuries caused by equipment, and repetitive motion injuries.
  • Occupational illnesses, which are illnesses that can be directly linked to your job.


Make sure to reach out to us directly about your injury before assuming it is or isn’t covered. And if you haven’t already reported your injury to your employer, make sure to do this as soon as possible.

Brown & Theis: Your Experienced Omaha Workers’ Compensation Lawyers

If injured at work or as a result of your job, don’t fight the upcoming battle alone. There’s too much on the line to allow the insurance company to reduce their damage and limit your compensation.


Contact Brown & Theis today for a free, no-obligation consultation. We fight for the victims of work-related injuries and have successfully helped people like you receive the full and fair compensation they are rightfully owed.