As an experienced trial attorney at Fraser Stryker, Jessica Weborg’s litigation practice focuses primarily on complex litigation. She represents clients ranging from individuals to small and large companies across an array of industries.
Passionate about the role she plays as a legal advocate for people and businesses in times of need, Jessica establishes an open line of communication with her clients, keeping them informed and up to date on the progress throughout their case.
Jessica’s litigation experience spans from professional negligence and personal injury defense to business torts and agribusiness litigation. As a professional negligence defense attorney, she feels privileged to be able to assist other professionals, such as physicians, nurses, and lawyers, throughout the difficult process of defending professional malpractice claims. Understanding that strong relationships are vital to achieving successful outcomes, Jessica strives to build quality relationships with expert witnesses, co-counsel, and opposing counsel. Her extensive experience in personal injury defense ranges from small fender benders to trucking/transportation accidents, including successfully securing a summary judgment for a major railroad in a claim involving a motor vehicle accident at a railroad crossing.
With experience defending and leading litigation actions and matters related to agribusiness, Jessica has worked with clients on cases involving crop loss, partitioned actions involving agricultural land, and defended claims involving misapplication of pesticides. A native of Montana, Jessica’s small-town values and consistent work ethic provide the foundation for her to develop effective strategies and achieve results for her clients.
Jessica obtained her Juris Doctor, cum laude, from Creighton University School of Law, and graduated with a degree in Political Science from the University of Montana, with honors. During college, Jessica was a summer intern for Senator Max Baucus on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C., who at the time was the fifth most senior U.S. Senator in the U.S. Senate.
Enthusiastic about giving back, Jessica was recognized by the Nebraska State Bar Association in October 2021 for the pro bono that she did for the Volunteer Lawyers Project. Jessica also serves as an Ambassador with Share Omaha for their Giving Tuesday campaign. Jessica is an avid runner, enjoys reading, traveling, a variety of outdoor activities, and spending time with her two beautiful children, husband, and their boxer, Gus.
Gallup Strengths: Context, Achiever, Learner, Harmony, Responsibility.