11932 Arbor Street
Omaha NE 68144
At Tabor Law we provide personal legal services for workers injured on the job. If you sustained a workers' compensation injury, Tabor Law will fight to protect your rights.
Comprehensive Representation: At Tabor Law we provide representation from start to finish. If you have been denied medical care or wage benefits, Tabor Law will be your partner throughout your entire case. Accessible and Personal Service: You will work directly with an experienced workers' compensation lawyer. Your case will not be handed off to an assistant. Whether you want to call or just stop by the office to talk, you will always receive prompt service and communication with your attorney. No Recovery No Fee: Tabor Law takes cases on a contingency basis. This means you do not pay us unless we obtain a recovery for you. Call (402) 506-4444 for your free, no obligation consultation.
My name is Adam Tabor and I am attorney located in Omaha, Nebraska. I represent injured workers in Nebraska and Iowa as well as people seeking to apply or appeal a Social Security disability claim.
Tabor Law is different from other law firms. I started Tabor Law to provide people with accessible legal services. You are busy and you should not have to change your schedule to see your attorney. That is why at Tabor Law all clients are invited to come by the office to discuss their case whenever they want to no appointment necessary. For your convenience, we are open daily, 8:00 to 5:00, and Saturdays from 8:00 to 11:00. Evening and weekend appoints are also available
Bar Number: 25144
Bar Number: AT0011352
Creighton University School of Law
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