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Become a Nebraska.gov subscriber by registering online, be sure to select Court Document eFiling as an additional service. For assistance in becoming a Nebraska.gov subscriber, you may email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 800-747-8177.
Complete the Court eFiling Request form and return via fax to Nebraska.gov.
No additional action is required. The same username and password works for both Trial Courts and the Workers' Compensation Court.
No. Usernames and passwords are unique and associated with an individual attorney name and bar number.
Yes, pursuant to Rule 2(D)(2)(e), any attorney licensed in Nebraska and practicing in the Nebraska Workers’ Compensation Court must be registered for eFiling. However, it is not required that attorneys eFile all pleadings, only that the attorney is registered to eFile.
No. Pleadings must be in text-based (searchable) PDF files. For signature and notary requirements on text-based PDFs, see Rule 2(D)(6). If you do not have the ability to convert a Word document to PDF there are many free software applications available for download on the Internet. Installing and using a PDF converter takes only minutes.
No. Proposed orders must be in Microsoft Word (*.doc or *.docx) or Rich Text Format (*.rtf) files. Proposed orders must be uploaded separate from the motion or application for lump sum settlement.
Yes. Attachments to pleadings are not required to be text-based. Attachments can be uploaded all as one PDF.
- Scanned PDFs are image-based PDF files, meaning that they are simply a picture of the original document. To your computer, these images are no different than digital photos or graphics. Your computer does not see any text in them.
- Text-based PDFs are searchable. They contain real text by retaining the text and formatting of the original document, which allows users to search for specific words or phrases within the PDF.
Microsoft Word (Without PDF Add-In Installed)
- Click the Microsoft Office Button Office button image, point to the arrow next to Save As, and then click PDF.
- In the File Name list, type or select a name for the document.
- In the Save as type list, click PDF.
- If you want to open the file immediately after saving it, select the Open file after publishing check box. This check box is available only if you have a PDF reader installed on your computer.
- Click Publish.
Microsoft Word (With PDF Add-In Installed)
- Select the PDF Add-In tab in the Ribbon section of the word processor screen, and then click on the Create PDF icon.
- When the Save Adobe PDF File As dialog box appears, find a location to save the file where you can find it later to upload to the court's eFiling system. The file will be saved with a PDF file extension (*.pdf).
- In the File Name field, enter a name for the file, if you haven't done so already.
- Click the Save button.
NOTE: If you want to make changes to a PDF after it has been created, return to the original Microsoft Word file to make and save the changes, then create another PDF document as described above.
General Docket Information
Contact the Clerk’s office at 800-599-5155.
Only one date of injury will display regardless of how many dates of injury are accurately associated with the case. For more information or to verify dates of injury, contact the Clerk’s office at 800-599-5155.
Contact the Clerk’s office at 800-599-5155.
Add a note in the Comments to Clerk section on the Review page. The Clerk will manage the request.
It is for the court’s records and use only. This is kept secure and confidential.
Enter the number nine (9) for the social security number, e.g. 999-99-9999
At this time, you cannot change or add dates of injury through the eFiling system. You may add a note in the Comments to the Clerk section on the Review page. The clerk will make the necessary changes when processing the pleading.
At this time, you cannot change party information through the eFiling system. You may add a note in the Comments to the Clerk section on the Review page. New parties may be added.
No. Bulk Filing in the Workers’ Compensation Court is not available. However, multiple documents may be filed on a docket (or multiple dockets if the dockets are consolidated) at one time.
Select "motion" and then the corresponding motion type. (i.e. continuance, compel, dismiss, etc.)
We recommend creating a cover page for your attachment, which would receive the file stamp. The cover page should include the docket number and case caption at a minimum.
The filing deadline for any document filed electronically is 11:59:59 p.m. Central Time. A document is submitted for filing when the eFiling system receives the document and displays a confirmation receipt to the filer. The confirmation receipt will include the date and time, also to be included in the stamped copies. See Rule 2(D)(5). Although it will not affect your filing date, documents may not be accepted or declined by the Clerk’s Office on the same day they are submitted to the eFiling system depending on the workload of the office on that day
No. The attorney will need to immediately contact the Clerk’s Office at 800-599-5155, to have the filing declined or have the document deleted from the filing, when possible.
When a document is accepted by the Clerk’s Office, an email is sent to the email addresses on file for the user. A link to the stamped image is included in this email. The stamped image will be available to the filer only through this link for 30 days from the date of acceptance. After 30 days, please contact the Clerk’s office at 800-599-5155 for stamped copies of documents.
You will receive an email once the fling has been declined by the Clerk’s Office. The email will include comments from the Clerk. The Clerk's comments are also available in eFiling on the Attorney dashboard, under the Processed tab. If you need more information about the reason for the decline, contact the Clerk’s Office at 800-599-5155.
More than one email address may be associated with your account for eFiling notifications. Notifications are emails sent once filings have been accepted or declined by the Court.
Email addresses must be managed in eFiling, on the eMail Contact profile page. Changes made will also update the Trial Court eFiling email addresses.
Yes, eService will be provided to the email address designated for eService in your attorney profile. See Rule 2(D)(5) for further guidance on eService.
Top margins should be set at a minimum of 1.25 inches to provide adequate space for the filed/received stamp to be applied.
When you eFile, your Nebraska.gov account will be billed at the time the filing is accepted. These fees will be included on your Nebraska.gov invoice. Your Nebraska.gov billing will be direct debit from the bank account associated to your account. All other monthly transactions will also be invoiced. The debit from your bank account for the total monthly billing will occur on the 10th of each month.
Yes, Nebraska Interactive, DBA Nebraska.gov is fully PCI/DDS compliant. All account information managed in the Nebraska.gov customer database is encrypted and held on our secure servers.
Yes, your Nebraska.gov account is used for transactions other than eFiling and are included in a monthly invoice.
Any user on your account may login to view eFiling transaction history and search by date range to view reports on what filings have been accepted by the court, and what fees have been paid.
For Technical support, you may contact Nebraska.gov, either by email at https://www.wcc.ne.gov/home/contact-us or by phone at 800-747-8177.
Common topics we can help with:
- I cannot get logged in to the online application
- I have a charge on my billing statement and I’m not sure what it’s for
Please note: Technical Support is not staffed by court employees. Nebraska.gov cannot, in any way, advise how to file your legal documents.
If you have court-specific requests, please contact the court directly at 800-599-5155 or email.