Wahoo, Nebraska

The Law Offices of Bromm, Lindahl, Freeman-Caddy & Lausterer

The Law Offices of Bromm, Lindahl, Freeman-Caddy & Lausterer

551 N Linden St.
Wahoo, NE 68066
(402) 443-3225
The Law Offices of Bromm, Lindahl, Freeman-Caddy & Lausterer, Real Estate Attorneys, Services, Wahoo, Nebraska

When dealing with legal matters, you need high-quality representation from a lawyer who will protect your rights and ensure the best outcome for your case. Based in Wahoo, NE, the attorneys at The Law Offices of Bromm, Lindahl, Freeman-Caddy & Lausterer have years of experience passionately representing clients throughout the state. Since its founding in 1893, the firm has evolved over the decades and developed an elite expertise in a broad range of legal matters while earning a strong reputation for providing knowledgeable, dedicated representation. Their passion for serving clients is reflected in their AV® Preeminent™ rating from Martindale-Hubbell, the highest rating that a law firm can achieve.

These attorneys are committed to advocating for you and have the experience you need in the courtroom, including focuses in the following areas:

  • Civil Litigation: The attorneys have experience handling a broad range of civil law, including personal injury, commercial, and insurance cases.
  • Business & Corporate Law: The lawyers at Bromm, Lindahl, Freeman-Caddy & Lausterer believe in promoting the economic growth of their community and help businesses of all types build a strong legal foundation. Their cases have included mediated mergers, limited partnerships, and purchase arrangements.
  • Family Law: When legal issues arise, you need a trusted attorney to ensure the best for your family. With a thorough understanding of the law as it pertains to adoption, marriage, juvenile issues, senior care, and other cases, this firm can accommodate your case.

With the experienced professionals at The Law Offices of Bromm, Lindahl, Freeman-Caddy & Lausterer, you’ll receive the dedicated, expert legal representation that your case requires. To learn more about their services, visit online or arrange a consultation by calling their Wahoo, NE, office at (402) 443-3225.

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