When we partner with clients, we combine respect, dedication and experience to reach ideal outcomes.
When you are injured in an accident or a work-related mishap that sidetracks your career, we are there to help. We know how difficult an injury is, and that insurance companies try to take advantage of victims. Someone needs to look out for you and those close to you.
While some personal injury attorneys will say anything to secure a case, we are candid and honest with our clients. Our Davenport law firm is focused on the rights and compensation of victims — not about taking the path of least resistance.
Contact us at 563-441-1616.
Advocates For Injured People
Ever since Personal injury and workers’ compensation attorney Jerry A. Soper established our law office in 1991 to help area residents fight insurance companies and secure compensation based on the damages they have suffered, attorney Matthew A. Leddin carries on the fight. Those large institutions are not on your side. Their goal is to pay as little as possible following an injury. We aim to level the playing field.
Representation For Hardworking Professionals
For more than 20 years, we have helped hardworking individuals following a workplace accident, including professionals in the construction and railroad industries. A workers’ compensation claim is more than just filling out a form and collecting a check. You need an attorney at your side to ensure the compensation you receive truly reflects the extent of your injuries and ability or inability to perform certain work-related tasks.
In every case we work on contingency — we will not collect any attorney’s fees until we obtain the compensation or benefits to which you are entitled.
The Convenience You Need During A Difficult Time
For clients who come to us with a personal injury or workers’ compensation claim, we offer a free initial consultation and take all cases on contingency. We never collect any lawyer’s fees unless we obtain the compensation or benefits you deserve. Our office is conveniently located off E. 39th Street and Kimberly Rd., in Davenport.