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Domina Law Group: A Year in Review
Domina Law Group: A Year in Review

The holidays are here and it is an exciting time of year for our team here at Domina Law Group. This has been a year full of news regarding a few of the cases in which we have been heavily involved. Whether we have been dealing with the TransCanada Keystone XL Pipeline or ...

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Blog posts in December, 2015

  • Remembering the Sandy Hook Elementary School Shooting

    On this day three years ago, news struck from Newtown, Connecticut regarding a shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School. It was a devastating event ...

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  • Domina Law Group Represents Family in Drowning Lawsuit

    Domina Law Group is representing a mother who has filed a wrongful death lawsuit on behalf of her son, who died in a drowning accident last year. ...

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  • Where the TransCanada Keystone XL Pipeline Stands

    One year ago, we posted a blog about TransCanada’s threat of eminent domain if Nebraska landowners refused to sign contracts regarding the Keystone XL ...

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  • $1.1 Million Awarded to Family in Stroke Case

    A jury recently approved a $1.1 million award to the family of a woman who died of complications after a stroke. Rose Lasko had been in good health up ...

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  • 5 Things to Note About Whistleblower Actions

    The Whistleblower Act, also known as Nebraska’s Government Effectiveness Act, allows individuals to report violations at their workplace. Oftentimes, ...

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  • Union Pacific Railroad Sued for Negligence Over Fatal Train Crash

    Over three dozen survivors and family members have filed a lawsuit against Union Pacific Railroad Co., accusing the Omaha-based company of negligence ...

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  • Hope from Tragedy: Positive Changes Follow Alicia Rea's Tragic Death

    A year after settlement was reached with the City of Omaha and the State of Nebraska in the tragic motor vehicle death of Alicia Rea, 24, the positive ...

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