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Top Sibley Wrongful Death Lawyers - Iowa

At the personal injury litigation and general law firm of Ball, Kirk & Holm, P.C., we have been providing legal services to the Cedar Valley area since the mid-1970s. Our first office was located in the Waterloo Building, in downtown Waterloo, Iowa. Success led to the need for more space, so in 1981 we moved to our current location on the south side of Waterloo, at 3324 Kimball Avenue. Our...

Led by top nationwide wrongful death attorney Michael Yonke, Yonke Law LLC in Kansas City, Missouri, provides exceptional advocacy and support to clients throughout the region who lost a loved one or suffered a serious personal injury as a result of someone else's negligent, careless or unlawful actions. Carrying on the tradition established by his late father, Mr. Yonke delivers highly...

  • The Algona, Iowa, law firm of Peterson & Lipps assists clients with personal injury and workers' compensation matters. The law firm's record of success in the courtroom has established it as one of the premier personal injury trial practices. Trial lawyer Thomas W. Lipps is certified by the National Board of Trial Advocacy . At trial, he has won both the highest wrongful death award as well as...

  • Our attorneys offer personalized and highly experienced representation in the following areas of law: Vehicle Accidents/Wrongful Death Employee Rights Medical Malpractice Motor Cycle Accidents Real Estate Estate Planning/Probate Personal Injury...

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    The Stuart Tinley Law Firm is a regional firm serving clients in the State and Federal Courts of Iowa and Nebraska, the Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals, and the United States Supreme Court.  It is a full-service law firm headquartered in Council Bluffs, Iowa.  The Stuart Tinley Law Firm, and its predecessor partnerships, have been in continuous existence since 1861.  The firm is...

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