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What are Nebraska Small Claims Cases and Class Action Lawsuits?

In Nebraska, small claims are minor disputes involving debts of little amounts and property damage, amongst other civil issues. The small claims court is in charge of hearing small claims cases in which the damages do not exceed $3,900. Class action refers to a group of persons with common issues, and it will be impossible for everyone to appear before the court to seek relief. Hence, the affected individuals will choose a representative to file the case on behalf of the group. Class action applies to situations such as an error in salary deduction, tax, or faulty equipment. Anyone who is 18 and above can file a small claims and class action case in Nebraska. Minor will have to obtain written consent before filing a petition.

What is a Class Action Lawsuit in Nebraska?

Following Nebraska Revised Statute 25–319, a class action is a lawsuit involving several persons with similar claims against an entity. Sometimes, individuals are affected by defective products, investment fraud, environmental hazards, and civil rights violations. Due to the large group of people or community affected by these actions, it will be impractical to be present in the court at the same time. The group will choose certain persons to represent the class in court.

How do I File a Claim in a Nebraska Small Claims Court?

Parties can file for small claims at the small claims court if the amount does not surpass $3,900, and the petitioner will be required to pay some fee. Persons filing for small claims must complete claim form (CC 4:1), available online and at the clerk’s office. It is advisable to file the case in the county where the defendant resides. If the defendant is a military personnel, the court will not file the claim, following the Service Members Civil Relief Act of 2003. Once the paperwork is complete at the court, the clerk will assign a case number. The plaintiff will pay for the mail delivery to the defendant.

After receiving the notice of the small claims filing, the defendant may decide to file a counterclaim to state if the plaintiff owes the defendant as well. If this happens, the defendant can provide a statement on this claim at the clerk’s office. This must be done at least two days before the trial date. During the trial, the decision of the judge is based on the evidence present.

Do I Need a Small Claims Lawyer?

An attorney can help to fill the claims form. However, the presence of a lawyer is not needed at the small claims court. Nevertheless, if the defendant seeks a case transfer to remove the litigation from the small claims court, a lawyer may serve as a representative during the trial.

How do Class Action Lawsuits Work in Nebraska?

A class action is a joint lawsuit where the participating individuals have common experiences from the party at fault. According to Nebraska Revised Statute 25–319, before a class action is attended to at the court, there must be common grounds and many parties to establish that it is impracticable for all the persons concerned to appear in court. In a class action lawsuit, the group can select a representative since everyone can not be present at the court at once to testify. The party representing the class will file the case at the court. After filing the lawsuit, no member of the class can opt out to file for compensation separately. The court may separate the class into subclasses depending on how complicated the case is. The period it takes the court to resolve a class action lawsuit in Nebraska varies according to the case peculiarities.

Is a Class Action Better Than a Single Party Suit?

A class action is preferable when the claim for each person is minimal, and it will not be reasonable to file the case separately. Moreover, the lawsuit will be resolved quickly as a class action rather than a single lawsuit. The disadvantage with a class action is, if the judgment is not favorable, members of the class can not file the case again as an individual. However, if the value of the claims varies, it is better for the party with the larger amount to pull out of a class action before the case filing and submit a petition at the court.

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What Cases are Heard by Small Claims Courts in Nebraska?

Nebraska small claims court has limited jurisdiction on claims of $3,900 or less. Some common examples of these cases are;

Loan Payment: The small claims court hears cases about defaults in a loan payment. At the court, the plaintiff must prove that there was an agreement, and the loan was sent to the defendant.

Landlord and Tenant Disputes: When there are issues affecting a landlord and tenant’s relationship, the small claims court can attend to it. Most of these issues are related to rent or other deposits.

Breach of Warranty: This occurs when a merchant fails to the warranty agreement when a product under warranty develops an issue.

Personal Injury: This happens when another party can cause harm to another, whether intentionally or carelessly.

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