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Des Moines Serious Accident & Injury Legal Help

The nature of some injuries is overwhelming. People who suffer permanent disfigurement or permanent disability face unique challenges not only emotionally but financially. They may face high costs to obtain professional assistance with things such as:

  • home health care,
  • cooking,
  • cleaning,
  • bathing,
  • household chores and maintenance, and
  • dressing or getting nourishment.

Homes may need to be modified with the installation of ramps and special doors; showers and tubs may need to be modified. They may require expensive medical equipment or modified automobiles. These are all compensable damages.

You may have a compensable case if you have been injured as a result of any of the following:

  • Assault and Battery
  • Car accident
  • Bus accident
  • Motorcycle accident
  • Tractor Trailer / Semi Truck Accident
  • Boating accident
  • Premises liability
  • Construction site accident
  • Construction equipment failure
  • Roadway defect
  • Fire / Explosion
  • Dog Bite
  • Slander
  • Police Excessive Force

I approach every case with the intent to get the best results for my clients. If you or a loved one has suffered a serious injury, please feel free to call or email me. Consultations are free, there is no charge unless I recover money for you. 515.223.9000

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