Meet The Attorneys Working For You
Domina Law Group would like you know a couple things about its lawyers.
First, we are serious. The law is our passion. We eat, drink, and sleep our responsibilities to the courts and our clients. Second, we work very hard. We try to get it right, not just get by. Third, people are complimentary of us. We accept these kind remarks as nourishment that renews and redoubles our efforts.
We practice what we call the 4 – E's.
- We want to deliver excellent outcomes,
- by exemplary service,
- in which we make issues exquisitely clear,
- and the outcome elegantly compelling.
We try to expose your legal position and need, and the outcome we seek, with the clarity of a surgical target under the bright light of an operating room. We do this work ethically, by the legal numbers. No twists, no turns. The law that governs all applied to facts unique to our client's life.
We call this Trial Practice. Not Just Talk! We strive to provide nothing short of excellent representation and steadfast results. Our firm's founding lawyer, David Domina, heads our strong, strike force of legal professionals. Our headquarters in the center of the country, Omaha, Nebraska, is strategically suited for practice across the nation. While the bulk of our work occurs in the Midwest, we travel from coast to coast providing legal solutions and trial services in state and federal courts.
We are passionate about Nebraska, and Iowa, and Missouri, and South Dakota, neighbors where we appear often. We are comfortable in any courtroom in the country. Commonly, a single week of our work includes appearances in both urban and rural courtrooms. We are strong, small and efficient, and effective. It is ordinary for us to have active client relations for people in half the states at a time.
We listen. We think. We plan. We act. And we execute. We share risks with clients, and enjoy rewards with them. We care. We have seen many rodeos and we have learned to ride. Complex cases are our delight. Important cases of public interest are constants for us. You help us understand your problem. We help you with the solution. This is the process. Let us say it again. We call this Trial Practice. Not Just Talk!