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Residents demand answers about doctor’s dismissal

HSL trial attorney, Charlie Wittmack, is representing Dr. Mark Haganman, a renowned and highly-respected north Iowa physician. According to the Gazette, Dr. Haganman was terminated by Mitchell County Regional Health Center in November for voicing concerns about how MCRHC was dealing with COVID-19 patients. Dr. Haganman has served as a front-line health worker in the

Gaining a Different Perspective

By : Brad Schroeder It started when J.D. and I first partnered together in 2003, as we sometimes found it difficult because of busy schedules in the office to connect in a way that allowed us to be intentional about managing and growing our firm. We decided to schedule some time away from the office

Charlie Wittmack to Emcee Science Center of Iowa’s Annual Gala

We’re thrilled to share that Charlie Wittmack will be the emcee for the Science Center of Iowa’s annual fundraising gala, which will be held virtually, one week from tonight on Friday August 28th. You can purchase tickets to the event here. There will be science demonstrations, an online auction, musical entertainment, and more. This year is

Brad Schroeder Selected as SuperLawyer

Bradley Schroeder has been selected as a 2017 Great Plains Super Lawyer. A partner and co-founder of Hartung Schroeder, Brad offers the firm’s clients a wide array of legal expertise. In general practice, he represents clients in matters of family law, business law and personal injury. He handles complex civil litigation, including shareholder lawsuits, and

Parents of Daughter Who Died in School Bus Fire Retain HS Law

The Hartung Schroeder Law Firm has been retained by Glen and Natalie Klindt, the parents of Megan Klindt, the 16-year-old student who tragically died in a school bus fire near Riverside on December 12. An investigation into the accident is ongoing. “We will share more information as our investigation moves forward, in the hope that

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