Attorney Jeffrey Tronvold has made a habit out of putting others before himself. As a graduate of the United States Military Academy at West Point, and a former U.S. Army Captain, Jeffrey learned to put his country and his fellow citizens before his own needs, and it is a lesson he has taken into his practice as an attorney. After all, as an attorney, when he represents a client, he has to work for that clientÍs best interests, even if those interests conflict with his own. Many people do not realize how much potential for conflict there is in the attorney-client relationship. Depending on how the relationship is structured, attorneys and clients may have very different ideas about whether settlement offers are reasonable, how long resolution of a dispute may take, and even how much time the attorney and client will spend together. JeffreyÍs experience helped him understand that a client should lead the relationship, while the attorney should provide the expertise and the guidance.
Jeffrey practices in a wide variety of areas where clients may not really understand the extent of their injuries or the legal process involved for recovery. As a personal injury and toxic tort attorney, he helps clients examine their lifelong damages and what type of damages are necessary to help them over time. As an employment law and civil rights attorney, he helps clients understand the administrative hurdles they must overcome prior to filing suit. As a malpractice attorney, Jeffrey helps his clients regain confidence in lawyers after experiencing legal malpractice.
With both a J.D. and an M.B.A. from the University of Iowa, Jeffrey understands the complexities of modern legal issues and how they can impact people in ways that go far beyond the underlying legal dispute. For a consultation with Jeffrey, contact him at 319-393-1020 or 855-IOWA-HURT or online at http://eellsandtronvold.com