Fraser Stryker Welcomes Associate Jessica Weborg to Firm

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Fraser Stryker is pleased to announce that Jessica L. Weborg has joined the Firm’s personal injury and wrongful death disputes, medical malpractice, commercial trucking defense, trust and estate litigation, and professional negligence practice areas.


Jessica graduated from Creighton University School of Law in 2016. Jessica’s enthusiasm for law and litigation began in college when she was selected as a 2010 summer intern for Senator Max Baucus on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C. That summer, Jessica witnessed the confirmation of Elena Kagan by the Senate for the U.S. Supreme Court and was granted an opportunity to hear Sonia Sotomayor, a sitting Justice of the Supreme Court speak.

Admitted to practice in Nebraska, Iowa, and Montana, Jessica is passionate about the role she plays as a legal advocate for people and businesses in times of need. Jessica has spent over six years defending and leading civil litigation actions and related matters, including defending and reaching a number of successful automobile liability action settlements for a large insurance company.

Jessica says: “I chose Fraser Stryker because the Firm is one of the top firms in Omaha, and is very well-respected. The Firm’s strong litigation focus allows me to showcase my talents in the type of law that I have experience in and enjoy practicing.

Outside of the office, Jessica is an avid runner, running her first marathon (the Lincoln Marathon) two weeks before graduating from law school. She also enjoys reading, outdoor activities, and spending time with her family

Please help us welcome Jessica to the Firm!

Formed in 1898, Fraser Stryker has grown to become a nationally recognized law firm that represents local, national and multinational clients in complex business transactions and litigation matters. Contact us at 402-341-6000 for more information.

This article has been prepared for general information purposes and (1) does not create or constitute an attorney-client relationship, (2) is not intended as a solicitation, (3) is not intended to convey or constitute legal advice, and (4) is not a substitute for obtaining legal advice from a qualified attorney. Always seek professional counsel prior to taking action.

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