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Located in both Polk and Dallas counties in Iowa, Urbandale has a population of around 40,000. It has been named one of the “100 Best Places to Live” by Money magazine twice—once in 2005 and again in 2007—with many residents calling it the perfect city for work and play. Some of the top employers in the area include Marsh & McLennan, Citi Bank, Wells Fargo Financial, and Continental Western Insurance.

When Urbandale residents aren’t at work, they’re busy taking advantage of the many recreational opportunities in the city, including the 12 tennis courts, three public wading pools, and skateboard park. Living History Farms, which is an interactive outdoor museum, is one of the biggest attractions in the area that draws in tourists from across the country. Urbandale residents also get to enjoy the city’s extensive trail system that allows them to stretch their legs and soak up the sunshine.

In many ways, Urbandale is the perfect place to call home. But unfortunately, accidents can happen anywhere—even in this seemingly perfect city. Many Urbandale residents are harmed by negligent drivers, property owners, doctors, and employers every year. Some may suffer minor injuries that heal in a matter of weeks, but others may live with their injuries for the rest of their lives. Luckily, these victims have the legal right to file a personal injury claim to recover compensation for their medical expenses, lost wages, pain and suffering, and more.

Let the attorneys at Trial Lawyers For Justice help you recover the compensation you deserve. Our skilled team of attorneys have experience representing clients in cases involving traffic accidents, medical malpractice, brain injuries, spinal cord injuries, wrongful death, dog bites, construction accidents, product liability, slip and falls, and train accidents.  To schedule a free consultation, contact us today by calling 888-811-0844 or emailing info@tl4j.com.

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