Once you have been involved, directly or indirectly, in an accident that resulted in an injury, you know how serious and difficult these situations are. At Cornell Injury Law, we hear about situations like these every day from the people who suffered them. These are unexpected and tragic events, and the experience can quickly become overwhelming. If you were injured in an accident anywhere in the southeastern Iowa communities of Fairfield, Burlington, Cedar Rapids, Mt. Pleasant, and surrounding areas, our hard-working and experienced personal injury lawyer can help.
Danny Cornell has over 25 years of experience practicing law. While knowledge and experience are invaluable assets in these cases, they are no substitute for hard work and commitment. Danny applies the same energy and dedication to his clients that he would his own family if they had been harmed in an accident. Our Mt. Pleasant firm has experience with virtually every practice area of personal injury, including:
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Determining the value of your claim is dependent on a few different factors. First, the special damages, or hard costs can be easily added up. These include costs such as medical bills, lost income due to missing work, and the cost of repairs to damaged property. Second, general damages must be calculated. General damages are more difficult to assign a monetary value to since it includes pain and suffering and emotional trauma.
Suffered an injury? Let me fight for your rights.
Our experienced Mt. Pleasant personal injury lawyer has a thorough understanding of your rights as an injured victim. Danny Cornell can help you put together a case that will ensure you are compensated the full amount that is fair for your injuries, pain and suffering.
If you've been injured, recovering should be your first priority. While you focus on recovering, our legal team will work to make sure your claim is filed and settled before the statute of limitations runs out.
In the state of Iowa, the statute of limitations is two years for injuries and five years for property damage. The clock starts ticking the moment the accident or incident that caused your injuries occurred, so it's in your best interest to work in a timely manner to ensure compensation.
"Client-focused, kind, compassionate, and explains things fully and clearly. Danny and his staff were always readily available for any questions or concerns regarding our case. We are very appreciative of Danny Cornell and his staff."
- Tristen H.