When a person is injured by the negligent act of another, the victim may be entitled to compensation for his or her injuries. The most common injury cases involve car accidents and accidents on premises. The amount an injured party can receive as compensation depends on the injury and the circumstances surrounding the injury and may involve compensation for medical bills, pain and suffering, loss of income, and more.
If you have been injured due to negligence of someone else, contact us as soon as possible for experienced, aggressive representation.
We handle personal injury cases and represent victims of accidents in central Iowa and other locations in Iowa. If you have been involved in an accident and you need legal assistance, our attorney's can represent you and help you recover damages for your claim. As a full-service law firm, our aggressive trial attorneys will pursue your case – from the filing of charges to the resolution of your case. You are assured of the best results in your personal injury case from our experienced and skilled attorneys.
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Our firm handles various types of personal injury cases in Iowa. Some of these cases include:
- Motorcycle accidents
- Truck accidents
- Dog bites
- Pedestrian accidents
- Car accidents
- Slip and fall accident
Our attorneys will take immediate action to address these issues and obtain compensation from the liable parties. We never leave our clients hanging. We will make sure you take the proper steps toward the resolution of your case. Here are some of the tasks we can do for you:
- Gathering of information from the parties concerned
- Identifying and keeping of evidence
- Planning for the case trial
- Addressing possible counter-attacks from the other party
- Demanding out of courts settlements where appropriate
Medical malpractice, sometimes referred to as medical negligence, occurs when a health care provider violates the governing standard of care when providing treatment to a patient, causing the patient to suffer an injury. Medical malpractice can result from an action taken by the medical practitioner, or by the failure to take a medically appropriate action. Examples of medical malpractice include:
- Misdiagnosis of, or failure to diagnose , a disease or medical condition
- Failure to provide appropriate treatment for a medical condition
- Unreasonable delay in treating a diagnosed medical condition
Medical malpractice actions can be brought by the injured patient against any responsible licensed health care provider, including doctors, counselors, psychologists and psychotherapists.
If you have been injured, please give us a call for requesting an initial consultation. (515) 451-1260.
Information contained herein does not constitute legal advice and is only intended as general information. Every case is unique and one should contact a specific attorney regarding their particular situation.
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