Attorney Case Results
High & Younes attorney Justin High wins sole legal and physical custody for his client following trial in Douglas County District Court. Attorney High also obtained an order from the Court requiring the opposing party to submit to hair follicle drug tests prior to exercising overnight visitation.
Father obtained sole legal and physical custody of his four children in a divorce case. After gathering the necessary evidence to prove that the father was the more capable, fit parent, we presented the issue to the judge and won temporary and permanent custody for the father.
High & Younes attorneys successfully completed a Step Parent Adoption today. Congrats to the new happy family!
High & Younes attorney Frank Younes successfully obtains quarter million dollar settlement for his client a national corporation.
High & Younes attorneys successfully obtain settlement for its client in excess of $375,000.00 in an insurance dispute.
Client tripped and fell at work injuring her ankle and altering her gait which caused a back injury. We filed suit and prepared the case for trial. The case was settled a week before trial for $110,000.
Client who was a the victim of an vicious dog bite receives extremely favorable settlement.
High & Younes attorneys successfully obtain its Client a six figure summary judgment in an action to enforce a promissory note, thus providing the client relief without the need for a trial.
Client sustained a back injury resulting in a non-surgical strain. The employer denied the injury occurred and attempted to blame it on a decades-old prior injury that had not caused any symptoms for years. We filed suit and after conducting discovery, settled the case for $60,000.
Mother obtained sole legal and physical custody of her child
Client, a local small business, obtains a six figure judgment in the United States District Court for the Southern District of Iowa.
High & Younes attorney Frank Younes is successful at trial for the modification of a parenting plan winning the father sole legal and physical custody.