Areas of Practice

Mueller Berg & Schmidt (MBS) is here to help you understand and protect your rights when you need to go to trial. If you believe you’ve been treated unfairly and need representation, contact our Des Moines law firm, and we’ll assist you in defending your case.

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Workers’ Compensation

If you’ve been injured at work, it can be very difficult both physically and mentally to go through the workplace injury process. Our main goal is to get you the medical and monetary benefits you are entitled to, and the MBS team will help you put together important information like the obligations of your employer and their insurance company.

Workers’ Compensation Bad Faith

When you are injured on the job and your employer has workers’ compensation insurance, the insurance company cannot unreasonably delay or deny your benefits. Iowa insurance companies are required to act in good faith and provide benefits in a reasonably prompt manner. If you believe your workers' compensation benefits have been unreasonably denied, contact us today.

Personal Injury

When mistakes happen, make sure you have the right people on your side. Our personal injury lawyers can take away the burden of dealing with insurance companies so you can focus on what is most important—healing and continuing on with your life.

Criminal Law

Our criminal law attorneys are ready to defend a wide variety of cases and be accessible to answer any questions throughout the case. We understand how difficult and confusing the legal process can be, and we can defend you against any violation, ranging from felony charges to traffic tickets.

Social Security Disability

Mueller Berg & Schmidt will work to help you understand if you are eligible to receive social security disability benefits after an injury or serious illness. Our team won’t stop fighting for your rights to receive Social Security Disability (SSD) benefits or Supplemental Security Income (SSI) benefits from the Social Security Administration (SSA).