Cameron E. Guenzel

Cameron
  • Partner

Location:

Lincoln, NE

Phone:

Fax:

402-475-0329

Email:

Cameron
Cameron E. Guenzel practices in the area of civil litigation, with an emphasis on personal injury, wrongful death, long-term care, and insurance claims.

A third-generation lawyer, Mr. Guenzel graduated with High Distinction from the University of Nebraska Law School, where he was an executive editor of the Nebraska Law Review.  Mr. Guenzel was honored to be selected for the inaugural Dan Jewell Trial Institute, which he completed in August 2016.

Mr. Guenzel has chaired or co-chaired several seminars for fellow trial attorneys through the Nebraska Association of Trial Attorneys.  He regularly presents on topics as varied as advanced trial tactics, maximizing insurance proceeds, and proving visual dysfunction resulting from traumatic brain injury.

Mr. Guenzel is a member of the Board of Directors for the Nebraska Association of Trial Attorneys.  He was recently selected as a Fellow of the Nebraska Bar Foundation.

Mr. Guenzel works to help shape legislation to protect injured parties and improve the litigation process in Nebraska. His activities include helping to draft legislation, meeting with state senators, and testifying before legislative committees.

When not advocating for his clients, Mr. Guenzel spends time with his wife and six children.  He and his family are involved at St. Teresa's Catholic Church in Lincoln.  Mr. Guenzel occasionally finds time for leatherworking, 19th-century literature, and sleeping.

Areas Of Practice

  • Civil Litigation

Education

  • University of Nebraska College of Law, Lincoln, Nebraska
    • J.D. - 2010
    • Honors: With High Distinction
  • University of Nebraska
    • B.A. - 2007

Professional Associations and Memberships

  • Lincoln Catholic Lawyers Guild, Member of Executive Committee
  • Nebraska State Bar Foundation, Fellow
  • Nebraska Association of Trial Attorneys, Member of Board of Directors
  • Nebraska State Bar Association, Member
  • American Association for Justice, Member

Contact Us to Schedule an Initial Consultation

Call us today at 402-817-6721 to discuss your legal concern. We can also be reached via email.