BAYLOR EVNEN SPONSORS NEBRASKA SAFETY COUNCIL CONFERENCE AND TRADE SHOW

Baylor Evnen is one of many supporters and sponsors of the Nebraska Safety Council Conference and Trade Show occurring on October 16, 2019 at the Holthaus Convention Center in Sutton, Nebraska. Attorney Paul Barta is a board member of the Nebraska Safety Council – an organization dedicated to educating employers and the public on safe […]

WORKERS’ COMPENSATION ASSOCIATION LUNCHEON – GUEST SPEAKERS FROM BAYLOR EVNEN, LLP

On September 18, 2019, Baylor Evnen attorneys Dallas Jones and Jenna Christensen will be speaking at the Workers’ Compensation Association of Nebraska luncheon regarding the “Trends in the Trial Courts—The Lessons to be Learned from Trial Court Decisions”. While keeping close tabs on the decisions of appellate courts is essential to ensuring claims are handled […]

ATTORNEYS RECEIVE AWARDS

Attorneys Randall Goyette and Stephen Gealy were each given the 2019 Master Emeritus award from the Nebraska Defense Counsel Association for exceptional representation of defendants in civil cases.    

BAYLOR EVNEN, LLP HOSTS ANNUAL WORKERS’ COMPENSATION SEMINAR

Baylor Evnen has a history of providing excellent educational material as well as practical information at our annual seminars. This year the focus is specifically targeting all aspects of Workers’ Compensation.  We are also excited to announce our guest speaker, Michele Stuart, an expert in cyber investigations.  If you are a current client or have […]

HELP SUPPORT LOCAL NEBRASKANS

The attorneys and staff of Baylor Evnen are deeply concerned for everyone impacted by the flooding. We ask others to join us in donating to one or more of the many organizations helping our fellow Nebraskans during this difficult time.

BAYLOR EVNEN ATTORNEY PAUL BARTA TESTIFIES BEFORE NEBRASKA LEGISLATURE REGARDING PENDING WORKERS’ COMPENSATION BILLS

Recently, Baylor Evnen attorney Paul Barta testified on LB 526 before the Business and Labor Committee at the Nebraska Unicameral. LB 526 is a bill introduced largely by the Plaintiff’s bar with the intention of increasing the amount of temporary total disability benefits that a Plaintiff may receive. Paul Barta, on behalf of Nebraskans for […]
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