How come my lawyer doesn’t know what my case is worth?

I like to say to my clients, "Help me to help you.It all starts with either a phone call, filling out the contact form or sending Steve or Katrina an email.

What can Lombardi Law Firm do for you? The answer to this question often times depends on the kind of case and how quickly you act.  We are involved with all sorts of people problems including problems with personal injury, work injuries, car accidents, motorcycle accidents, ATV's, property related injuries, property damage, handgun issues, professional licensing problems and some criminal matters. We have an eclectic practice. So help us to help you by calling Barbara and setting up a time to talk about your problem. We’ve been helping working people with car accidents, work comp claims, property claims, burns, electrocutions, loss of limbs, death related claims, widows & orphans, children’s personal injury claims and personal injury claims of all types for over 30 years. We’ve literally recovered millions and helped people to get their lives back on track. Our clients keep coming back to us because they know we care about them as people.

And that is what we do, we represent people and we do it well. So, let us help you by calling today. If we can help you call the Lombardi Law Firm to speak with attorneys Steve Lombardi and Katrina Phillip. We can be reached at 515-222-1110 or by emailing us at [email protected] and [email protected]. We look forward to your call.

We wish you well.

Baking a litigation cakeI get asked this question quite often. Good lawyers know and admit they aren’t able to readily answer all questions at the inception of your case. Litigation progresses in stages and depending on where you’re at in the case he or she may or may not be able to determine the value. So today’s question is one that will sound familiar to many of you involved at some stage of your litigation.

Question: "Should my lawyer know how much he is suing for my 3 herniated disc in my back 4 in my neck tears in ACL in right knee?"

Answer: No. The amount you will ask for is not known until all relevant facts are discovered; meaning until you’re finished with your medical treatment and the doctor states his or her opinions on the issues of future medical care, permanent impairment and restrictions the lawyer would not be able to determine how much to seek in damages.

Think of litigation just as you would think about how to prepare a Thanksgiving feast. You have to prepare the food before you can sit down at the table and eat it. You have to set the table before you can have a plate to put food on or wine in your glass. Litigation requires preparation of evidence before it can be presented at trial. Valuing your case takes pieces of testimony and opinions from doctors about the injury, the medical treatment and how well it worked. 

So sit back and relax because this meal will take some time to cook.

Steve Lombardi
Iowa personal injury, workers' compensation, motorcycle, quadriplegic, paraplegic, brain injury, death
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