Under Nebraska law, being partially at fault does not mean that you will be unable to recover for your injuries.
Nebraska operates under a type of comparative negligence, which means that up to a certain point, you will still be able to recover even if you contributed to your accident. In Nebraska, the threshold is 50%. This means that if you are 50% at fault or more, you will be unable to collect from the other party.
However, for example, if you are found to be 40% at fault and the other party is 60% at fault, you will still be able to pursue your claim against the other driver.