About Mark Grell

Nebraska attorney Mark Grell devotes his career to diligently and effectively advocating for those who have been injured on the job through no fault of their own. Mr. Grell is well-known in the Nebraska Workers’ Compensation Court and has helped hundreds of injured workers in seeing their claims to completion either through trial or lump-sum settlement. He has specialized knowledge of the unique situations over-the-road truck drivers face when injured on the job, and provides caring and compassionate counsel to those whose lives have been turned upside-down by a work injury.

After graduating from the University of Nebraska College of Law in 2002, Mr. Grell began his legal career as an associate attorney at Brown & James in Kansas City, Missouri, handling insurance defense cases. He changed his legal focus when he joined Harris Law Offices in Lincoln, Nebraska, in June 2003, where he focused on representing injured people in workers’ compensation and civil litigation.

Mr. Grell is a native of Wymore, Nebraska. He is actively involved in the local community, having served as membership chair and on the board of directors of Updowntowners/Go Lincoln Go, and has performed in theater shows at the Lincoln Community Playhouse.

In his spare time, Mark enjoys playing basketball, running, reading, playing guitar, attending live music events, and traveling. Mark is also an avid fan of Nebraska Cornhuskers football and Boston Celtics basketball.

What you need to know about Mark Grell, as written by Chris Miller

Mark returns calls. Not tomorrow or the next day—now. If you call him and he’s on the phone, Mark will call you back immediately. Obviously all attorneys should return client calls. But, the sad reality is that few attorneys undertake this simple task as diligently as Mark. I know this may not sound like a big deal, but it means the world to Mark’s clients.
 

         

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