Experienced Advocacy in Personal Injury, Employment and Civil Rights Litigation
Since the early 1980s, the civil litigation practice at the law firm of Earl A. Payson, P.C., has helped individual and business clients in Iowa and Illinois find solutions to challenging or complex legal problems. Though personal injury and workers' compensation form the core of our firm's work, we also have important practice interests in fields as varied as employment law, civil rights litigation and civil mediation. Contact our office in Davenport to learn more about our work and our approach to client service.
Quad Cities Attorney in Many Areas
Examples of the kinds of cases our law firm handles include:
- Personal injury, wrongful death and traumatic brain injury cases under Iowa and Illinois law
- Medical malpractice litigation
- Motor vehicle accidents involving cars, trucks or motorcycles
- Workplace injury litigation
- Workers' compensation in Iowa or Illinois
- Severe accident cases involving traumatic brain injury and spinal cord injuries
- Civil rights litigation
As well as representing individuals and families in personal injury and wrongful death litigation, Mr. Payson is a certified mediator who can serve as the third-party neutral in disputes between parties represented by other lawyers.
Whether your problem involves a damages claim for injuries suffered in a car or truck accident, a malpractice claim against a negligent physician, or a workplace rights issue involving race, age, disability or sex discrimination, Davenport trial attorney Earl Payson will make sure that you understand the procedures involved in proving your claim.
He takes the time necessary to explain your legal options, the approximate value of your case, and the strategies involved in settling it or taking it to trial. By the time you'll need to choose between accepting a settlement offer and presenting your claims to a jury, you will have the advice you need to make an informed decision based on the facts of the case, the applicable legal principles and your own circumstances and objectives.