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Serving Warren County Legal Needs Since 2003

Ellis Law Offices, P.C. was founded in 2003 by Ryan J. Ellis after his distinguished tenure as a Drug Prosecutor for Warren and Marion Counties.

Our mantra has always been to make a difference in the lives of our clients and community. We strive to set ourselves apart by maintaining close contact with our clients, providing reasoned advice, and aggressively representing their interests.

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More Issues About Employment Status 

Question—I work on a construction site where several different contractors are working.  And we all try to help each other out.  I work for a drywall contractor.  Last week, I was helping out the plumbing contractor, when something heavy was dropped on my shoulder and it hurts.  I am getting conflicting signals about whose responsibility […]

More Issues About Employment Status 

What is the Worker’s Burden of Proof and How Do You Fulfill It? 

In order to prove a tort case, you must prove fault on the part of the defendant—you must show that they screwed up (blew a stoplight, crossed the center line, etc.)  In order to prove a case for workers’ compensation, the worker must show the following:  (a) employment; (b) injury; (c) the injury arose out of the employment; (d) […]

What is the Worker’s Burden of Proof and How Do You Fulfill It? 

What is Workers’ Compensation?

Did you know that if you suffer an injury while you are on the job you are owed monetary compensation for that incident? We are all used to the basics of tort law, because of stories we hear and things we see on television and in movies.  If someone blows a stoplight and hits your […]

What is Workers’ Compensation?

Incapacity Planning

What is Incapacity?    Incapacity is defined in Iowa the same as incapacity for a guardianship or a conservatorship under Iowa Code §633.556.  It is defined as functional limitations that make a person unable to communicate or carry out important decisions concerning a person’s affairs.    What happens if I am in the hospital and unable to make decisions?  What happens […]

Incapacity Planning

Our Clients Say it Best

"Incredible service, very knowledgeable staff and lawyers! Ryan, and those in his firm, went above and beyond to make sure that any anxieties I had were addressed. My questions were answered thoroughly and in a timely manner. Even though I live in West Des Moines, Ryan and his team made the process of handling my case effortless. When you're in a stressful situation and in need of legal assistance I can't think of anyone I would want helping me more!"

Jason Parker

"This is the best law firm in Iowa. They are always straight forward about everything. The entire TEAM helped me with my issue. Yes. I will recommend anyone needing their services. Thank You Ellis Team. God Bless all of you."

Herb Miller

"I can’t thank Ellis law enough! I was in a very stressful situation, and they definitely helped me to get piece of mind of the situation! I am so thankful to have had their team in my corner because they got me the best outcome of my situation! 10/10 would recommend to anyone!!"

Octavia Martin

"Ryan was excellent to work with! Very diligent when listening to our concerns and promptly addressing them. Very professional but also personable."

Bailey Nichols

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