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Coppola, McConville, Carroll, Hockenberg & Flynn, P.C. is a law firm based in West Des Moines, Iowa, with a wide and varied successful legal practice that has been serving local and national clients for more than four decades.
Broad and Diverse Legal Practice
Our attorneys serve a wide range of legal needs.
- Are you facing a long recovery as a result of a permanent and disabling personal injury from a car accident or have you been injured at work?
- Have you been injured as a result of medical treatment?
- Do you have marital or family issues?
- Have you have been defrauded of your savings through broker misconduct?
- Are you involved in a complex farm partnership dissolution?
- Are you seeking to advance your interests in the health reform debate?
- Have you been accused of a white collar crime?
- Do you need an estate planning attorney who understands the issues of elder law and complex financial matters?
- Are you having employment or job related issues?
We are the law firm that can you can turn to for guidance and advocacy that protects and advances your interests.
Our firm is AV*-rated. We have helped clients resolve personal injury, wrongful death and medical malpractice claims for settlements and awards exceeding six and seven figures. Our firm includes an attorney, Mr. Scalise, who has been a Federal prosecutor employed by the Independent Counsel's office in Washington D.C. and has successfully prosecuted persons accused of criminal activity.
Among our practice areas are:
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We look forward to your telephone call or your e-mail and want you to know that we promptly return all communications: 515-453-1055 .
Personal Injury, Criminal Defense, Business and Family Law Matters
*Martindale-Hubbell is the facilitator of a peer review rating process. Ratings reflect the confidential opinions of members of the Bar and the judiciary. Martindale-Hubbell ratings fall into two categories - legal ability and general ethical standards.