Experience Counts: A Des Moines Attorney to Help You
Attorney Peter W. Berger is a former prosecutor and special prosecutor in Polk County, and co-author of Iowa Criminal Forms and Transitioning from Prosecution to Defense Attorney. Through his experience as a prosecutor, then as a trial lawyer in private practice, Peter Berger gained valuable courtroom experience and extensive knowledge of law and procedure. He has been practicing law for more than 37 years and has tried more than 200 state and federal cases that have gone to a jury for deliberation.
Mr. Berger focuses on providing quality representation in injury and criminal cases. He has obtained more than 10 million dollars in settlements and verdicts, and state and federal criminal defense cases for people throughout Iowa and elsewhere as co-counsel (or individually with leave of court).
In addition to defending criminal charges, Peter Berger represents people who have been seriously injured as a result of medical malpractice, car or motorcycle accidents, defective products, slip and falls, on-the-job accidents, nursing home abuse or neglect, and other types of negligence. If you have been injured and someone else was at fault, Berger Law Firm P.C. will work to recover the compensation you deserve for medical bills, wage loss, pain and suffering, loss of function, and emotional distress. As an experienced trial lawyer, Mr. Berger is committed to standing up for his clients’ rights and protecting their interests. Initial consultations are free, and representation is on contingency fee basis.
Berger Law Firm P,C, works diligently to resolve legal matters as efficiently and effectively as possible. Mr. Berger and his staff provide personal attention to the needs of clients and works aggressively and passionately to meet those needs.
Mr. Berger represents clients in Des Moines, throughout Iowa, and in other states, and offices at 2957 100th St. Suite 2 Urbandale, IA.
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