Jonathan D. Urbom

 
 

Jonathan D. Urbom

Jon Urbom grew up in Arapahoe, Nebraska watching his father, grandfather and uncles serve their communities as lawyers and judges and his mother serve the area as a physical therapist.  These influences brought about early interests in the justice system and helping those that have been injured.  Jon began working for the firm out of law school and joined the firm as a partner in 2012. He focuses his practice on fighting for those who have been injured or harmed.

Education

  • Nebraska Wesleyan University, Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, 2005
    NAIA Scholar Athlete Award, Football
    Football Letterman
    Dean’s List

  • University of Nebraska College of Law, Juris Doctor, 2008
    Litigation Skills Program of Concentrated Study, Civil Litigation Emphasis
    Vice-President, Sports and Entertainment Law Society
    Student Member, Nebraska Association of Trial Attorneys

Legal and Community Service

  • Super Lawyers 2016 Great Plains Rising Stars
  • 2017 Nationally Ranked Top 10 Under 40 – National Academy of Personal Injury Attorneys
  • Nebraska Bar Association
  • Lincoln Bar Association
  • Nebraska Association of Trial Attorneys
  • Board of Directors, Nebraska Association of Trial Attorneys
  • Robert Van Pelt American Inns of Court
  • Law Day Volunteer
  • Lincoln Literacy Council Volunteer

Presentations

  • Speaker, Nebraska Association of Trial Attorneys Lien Seminar “Workers’ Compensation Subrogation” (February 2017)
  • Speaker, Nebraska Association of Trial Attorneys Tools of the Trade Seminar “Keep Current:  Recent Workers’ Compensation Decisions” (October 2016)
  • Speaker, Nebraska Association of Trial Attorneys Nuts and Bolts of Trial Seminar “Valuing a Case” (February 2016).
  • Co-Chair, Nebraska Association of Trial Attorneys Workers Compensation Seminar (February 2015)
  • Speaker, Nebraska Association of Trial Attorneys Seminar “48-118 Third Party Claims” (February 2015)
  • Speaker, Nebraska Association of Trial Attorneys Seminar “48-118 How to Successfully Deal with Future Credits” (December 2014)