In response to the COVID-19 pandemic we at Johnston Martineau, LLP, are taking every precaution to insure the health and safety of our staff as well as our clients.
The majority of our staff are now working from home while we continue to provide excellent service to all new and existing clients.
At Johnston Martineau, LLP, we have taken steps to offer several alternate options for communication in lieu of actual in person meetings, you prefer to not be in public during this ongoing health concern.
As usual we can still meet in person at our office, or we can come to you at your home or preferred location. We are always available by phone at 515-493-4878 and we can also accommodate other forms of communication like email or if desired, we can facilitate a video “meeting” through ZOOM or Skype on your computer, tablet, or smartphone.
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What is Meconium Aspiration?

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Why Personal Injury Claims Take Time

Personal Injury Lawyer You may know someone who was involved in a motor vehicle accident or a premises liability case and their case was settled swiftly. There are times where personal injury cases are carried out until the two-year statute of...

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Medical Battery and Medical Malpractice

Personal Injury Lawyer When physicians fail to get prior consent for procedures they perform, it can result in a case of committing medical battery. However, a lack of consent is not the same as a lack of “informed consent.” Lack of consent is a...

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