When I went to law school, I knew from the start I wanted to go into litigation. I wanted to help people who needed an advocate in a tough situation. Today, I look forward to meeting new clients, each with their own unique problems to face and goals to achieve. I pride myself on keeping in close contact with my clients and clearing a path to the best result for their claim.
- J.D., with Distinction, University of Nebraska-Lincoln College of Law, 2016
- Certificate, Mediation, University of Nebraska-Lincoln College of Law, 2015
- A.A., Paralegal, Kirkwood Community College, 2009
- Certificate, Medieval Studies, University of Iowa, 2005
- B.A., English, University of Iowa, 2005
- International Mediation Competition
- Moot Court Competition
- Iowa State Bar Association
- Linn County Bar Association
- Boy Scouts of America, Eagle Scout and past Assistant Scoutmaster
- Norse culture and mythology
- Reading fantasy and science fiction novels
Dale Till, claimant, filed a petition in arbitration seeking workers’ compensation benefits from Windstar Lines, Inc., employer and National Interstate Insurance Company, insurance carrier as defendants. Mr. Till is entitled to 150 weeks of permanent partial disability benefits.
Graciela de Maldonado, claimant, filed a petition in arbitration seeking workers’ compensation benefits from Waterloo Community School District, employer and United Wisconsin Insurance Company, insurance carrier as defendants. The case resulted in Waterloo School District being ordered to pay weekly benefits and additional medical treatment.