Workers compensation attorney James Hoffman has a long history of successfully representing individuals. He’s represented thousands of injured workers. As well as assisted or represented judges and lawyers who have had claims or injuries.
The National Trial Lawyers Top 100 Trial Lawyers have included James P. Hoffman in said association.
In addition to being recognized as having achieved an AV rating in Martindale-Hubbell Law Directory as signifying the highest level of legal ability, James Hoffman has been certified by the Bar Registry of Preeminent lawyers to the highest professional legal standards and ethics, an honor that is limited to lawyers already registered as AV lawyers.
When you need an Iowa workers compensation attorney who specializes in cases specifically related to Iowa worker’s compensation, turn to James P. Hoffman. With years of experience under his belt as an Iowa workers compensation attorney, he is confident in his ability to make the most out of workers compensation cases while helping his clients obtain the fair settlements they deserve.
Workers Compensation and Social Security Disability and Auto Accident Cases
Mr. Hoffman handles more workers compensation cases for injured workers than any other attorney in the entire state of Iowa.
We are advised that this has been true ever since they kept statistics by the Iowa Workers Compensation Commission starting in 1981.
While it is not discernible, it is believed that he has handled more workers compensation cases in the formal history of Iowa on behalf of injured workers.
He’s had the privilege and esteem to have the opportunity to have represented, counseled and assisted judges and lawyers on their own personal workers compensation claims and/or assisting them in the handling of claims of others throughout his career.
James Hoffman has lectured at seminars to other attorneys, organizations and associations in numerous states as well as outside the United States.
He has also argued and set precedence in cases in the Iowa Supreme Court as well as federal court.