Car Accidents in Iowa

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According to U.S. Census data, there were over 10 million car accidents in the United States in 2009. About 56,000 of those crashes happened in Iowa, resulting in almost 20,000 injuries and the death of 372 Iowans.

If you or a family member is injured – or you’ve lost a loved one – in a car accident, you are certainly going through a difficult and traumatic time. You likely have many questions and concerns, but may not be sure where to turn for the answers. At Carpenter Law Firm, we know you have a lot on your plate, and we want to help simplify your situation while also representing your best interests and making sure you get the compensation you deserve.

Attorney Pat Carpenter has been practicing personal injury law in Des Moines for decades, and has specific expertise in car accidents – as well as truck accidents and motorcycle accidents. Before you do anything else, call our office today at 515-244-9907 or toll-free at 800-544-9907. As a sign of our commitment to your cause, we will meet with you anytime for a free consultation.

Car accidents can be caused by a wide variety of factors: bad weather conditions, texting, drunk drivers, or even animals crossing the road. Cars and their drivers can be unpredictable, and that’s just a fact of life. If you or a loved one is involved in a motor vehicle accident in Iowa, you need the best representation and care possible. No matter whose fault you perceive the accident to be, you can only benefit from the rewards of obtaining qualified legal counsel.

Whether the case involves car insurance companies, car manufactures, truck companies, or other motorists, Carpenter Law Firm is the top car accident and personal injury law firm in Des Moines and throughout the state. We’ll help you work through your case, and take as much of the legal burden off of your shoulders as possible. Our proven results show that we have a track record of helping Iowans resolve their situations quickly and successfully so that they can get back to their regular lives.

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