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WILLIAM G. BREWER

William BrewerWilliam G. Brewer
Personal Injury Law
bbrewer@mcenroelaw.com
Phone: (515) 267-9000
Fax: (515) 267-8100

 

Mr. William G. Brewer graduated from Drake University Law School in 1982. He served as a prosecutor in the Des Moines County Attorney’s Office through October 1985. Since then he has been engaged in the private practice of law in the Des Moines area. He received his Bachelor of Business Administration degree from the University of Iowa in 1979. William attended Wahlert High School in Dubuque, Iowa.

 

Mr. Brewer now devotes the majority of his time working in the area of personal injury law, and also practices criminal and corporate law. Mr. Brewer, as well as the other attorneys of the McEnroe Law Firm, take cases and represent clients throughout the State of Iowa.  Mr. Brewer is licensed in the State Courts of Iowa and Illinois. He is also licensed in the Southern and Northern District Federal Courts of Iowa, as well as the Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals.  Mr. Brewer is a member of the CJA panel of attorneys for the Federal Criminal Court. He is also a member of the American Bar Association, Iowa Bar Association, and the Polk County Bar Association. William is also a member of the Iowa Association for Justice and the American Association for Justice formally known as the Trial Lawyers Association.

 

Mr. Brewer is one of the founding members and currently serves on the Board of Directors for The Friends of the Platte River, a 501(c) nonprofit organization dedicated to the restoration of the Platte River Basin in southwestern Wisconsin.

 

Practicing in Personal Injury

  • Slip and Fall
  • Auto Accidents
  • Motorcycle Accidents
  • Wrongful Death
  • Any negligent act of another that results in your pain or suffering

Practicing in Corporate Law

  • Incorporation
  • Buy Sell Agreements
  • Non-compete agreements

Criminal Law

  • O.W.I.
  • Narcotics
  • Assault
  • Theft
  • Forgery
  • Burglary
  • Robbery
  • Sexual Assault
  • Arson
  • Vice
  • Public Intoxication
  • Any criminal charge

Representative Clients

  • Millang Financial Group LLC
  • Polk County Heating and Cooling Inc
  • Bail Bond Pros Inc
  • K & V Homes Inc

Representative Cases

  • State v. Walker, 804 N.W.2d 284 (Iowa, 2011)
  • Gavlock v. Coleman, 493 N.W.2d 94 (Iowa App., 1992)
  • Duntz v. Zeimet, 478 N.W.2d 635 (Iowa Supreme Court, 1991

Recent News

10-18-18: Daniel Rothman showed the state prosecutor that the client’s charges had no merit. The prosecutor indicated to the court that the case must be dismissed. The client’s driving privileges will also be restored and the fact that the client was even charged with the OWI will be expunged from the public record.

 

10-10-18: Daniel Rothman’s client was charged with domestic assault causing injury. After finding key material on the police videos that was inappropriately omitted from the police reports, the prosecutor dismissed all charges with court costs assessed to the State of Iowa.

 

8-6-18: Daniel Rothman showed that an investigating officer had not spoken to numerous witnesses on an alleged Felony assault causing serious injury. After contacting other witnesses, recorded statements were given by the defense to the state. Instead of a likely win at trial, the client decided to take an offer from the state to plead to 2 simple misdemeanors and get a deferred judgment. This will lead to the whole case being expunged instead of the possible five year prison sentence the client was facing.

 

7-27-18: Daniel Rothman argued a motion to suppress alleging that the officer had no reasonable grounds to detain a driver for field sobriety tests. The Court agreed and granted the motion to suppress. The OWI charge as well as the child endangerment charges must be dismissed due to the Court’s ruling. The DOT must reinstate the client’s driving privileges and take the OWI off their driving record.

 

6-7-18: Daniel Rothman’s client was alleged to have committed more than 15 felony level burglaries. After dealing with the case for several months, the client was able to avoid convictions of any kind.

 

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