Each attorney at Elverson Vasey is practiced in all phases of litigation and dispute resolution.

Josh Strief Elected to LifeServe Blood Center Board of Directors

At the most recent meeting of the Board of Directors for LifeServe Blood Center, the Board selected Elverson Vasey attorney Josh Strief to join its ranks as the newest Director. LifeServe Blood Center is the sole provider of blood to...

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Attorney Jon Vasey Obtains Summary Judgment for Dram Shop Client in Iowa District Court

The Iowa District Court for Polk County granted Attorney, Jon Vasey’s, Motion for Summary Judgment in full and dismissed all claims asserted against Mr. Vasey’s dram shop client. The Plaintiff argued Mr. Vasey’s client, who owned an establishment that served...

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Jon Vasey Obtains No Fault Verdict for Insurance Defense Client in Jury Trial

On March 8, 2019, a Dallas County jury returned a defense verdict for Jon Vasey's client after a four-day jury trial. The case arose from a motor vehicle accident in West Des Moines, Iowa. The Plaintiff claimed she suffered permanent...

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Josh Strief Obtains Defense Ruling in Polk County Bench Trial

Following a November 2018 bench trial before the Polk County District Court, Josh Strief obtained a defense ruling dismissing a Plaintiff’s case against his client. The lawsuit arose from a 2017 vehicle accident where an oncoming vehicle crossed the center...

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Josh Strief Honored with the Iowa Defense Counsel Association’s Rising Star Award

At the Iowa Defense Counsel Association’s 2018 Annual Meeting and Seminar, attorney Josh Strief was presented with the Iowa Defense Counsel Association’s Rising Star Award. The Iowa Defense Counsel Association is a group comprised of attorneys and professionals involved with...

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Josh Strief Successfully Defends Client in Jury Trial

Elverson Vasey attorney Josh Strief successfully defended a jury trial in Polk County, Iowa, where his client admitted responsibility for a vehicle accident and the Plaintiff claimed significant personal injuries. Before trial, the lowest demand received from Plaintiff was $45,000.00...

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