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Nebraska Supreme Court Rules Customer Doesn’t Owe Avis for ‘Voluntary’ Payment – Sean Rensch said as a personal injury attorney, he rarely finds opportunities to do pro bono work for the Volunteer Lawyer Project. He said he was happy to take on the case.

Rensch & Rensch Law attorneys recovered five hundred thousand $500,000 for their clients in a 2016 lawsuit filed on behalf of a child who was severely injured in a Sarpy County sledding accident.

Supreme Court Victory – Clark v. Alegent Health

Sickler v. Kirby – Rensch & Rensch Law wins Attorney Malpractice Appeal for Clients. Nebraska Court of Appeals Reverses Dismissal and Remands for Trial

Montoya v Tyson Foods, Inc. – Ms. Gloria Montoya was injured working at Tyson in 2005 suffering bilateral carpal tunnel syndrome and wrist and elbow tendonitis. Ms. Montoya hired Rensch and Rensch Law at the end of 2007 and following a 2009 trial, Rensch and Rensch Law won Ms. Montoya an award of permanent total disability against Tyson. Tyson appealed the Award four times until the Nebraska Court of Appeals upheld Ms. Montoya’s permanent total disability award.

En el año 2005, Sra. Gloria Montoya fue herida mientras ella trabajaba para Tyson, y sufrió de síndrome del túnel carpiano bilateral y la tendinitis de la muñeca y el codo. Sra. Montoya contrató a Rensch & Rensch Law al final del 2007 y después de estar siendo juzgado en 2009, los abogados de Rensch & Rensch Law ganaron una indemnización del subsidio por discapacidad permanente total contra Tyson. La empresa de Tyson presentó una apelación contra la indemnización cuatro veces hasta que el tribunal de apelación confirmó su decisión acerca de la indemnización del subsidio por discapacidad a favor de Sra. Montoya.

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