Meet Tylor J. Petitt
Tylor J. Petitt was born in Scottsbluff, Nebraska, on May 14, 1966. He
was admitted to the Nebraska State Bar, U.S. District Court, the District
of Nebraska and the U.S. Court of Appeals, Eighth Circuit in 1992. He
received his education from Nebraska Western College, University of Nebraska
at Lincoln (B.S.1988) and Thomas M. Colley Law School (J.D., 1991).
Mr. Petitt has a number of reported cases, including Miller v. Meister
& Segrist, 255 Neb. 805, 1998; Bluffs Vision Clinic v. Krzyzanowski,
251 Neb. 116, 1996
(a case of first impression in Nebraska); State ex rei Wal-Mart v. Kortum, 251 Neb. 805, 1997; and, Jordan v. Morrill
County, 258 Neb. 380, 1999.
He specializes in Personal Injury (automobile accident, slip and fall cases,
dog bites); Civil Litigation; Workers' Compensation; Accidents; Wrongful
Death; Social Security; Malpractice; Divorce and Family Law; and, Criminal Law.
In his spare time, he enjoys all things outdoors including hunting and
working around the ranch. He also likes golfing, cooking and having friends
over for Nebraska football games.
He is a prior Mock Trial coach and judge; was on the Vestry at St. Francis
Episcopal Church; is a prior member of the United Way of Western Nebraska
Board of Directors (1992- 2000) and served as President for the United
Way of Western Nebraska in 1998 & 1999; participated in Habitat for
Humanity; and, acted as President of the Scotts Bluff County Bar Association
for 2012 and their Secretary/Treasurer for 2011.