Dave Boeke is an invaluable resource for our firm. An Iowa native, Dave hails from Osage, Iowa. He graduated from Osage High School and, upon graduation, he completed formal coursework in auto body repair as well as mechanical and electrical systems.
David left Osage when he enlisted into the Air Force where he then served on active duty as an aircraft mechanic.
Upon returning to Iowa, David earned his undergraduate degree in tool and die from Des Moines Area Community College which included coursework in, among others: machining, metallurgy, industrial mathematics, and molding. Knowledge that is extremely applicable when evaluating property damage.
Upon graduation from DMACC, David worked first as a machinist and, later, as a research technician for the Ames Laboratory.
In addition to Mr. Boeke’s diverse skill set employed in his professional life, he is also a co-owner of his families’ farm in Mitchell County which helps keep him close to his northern Iowa roots. He rounds out his free time working on one of his many MOPAR projects, attending car shows, and enjoying his family.
With David’s extensive technical, mechanical, and scientific background, he brings a unique perspective to injury case investigations. Whether analyzing property damage following a car accident or small plane crash or interpreting blueprints following a construction accident, David works tirelessly with our attorneys to help ensure a successful outcome for each case.
David can be reached at 515-493-HURT or via EMAIL.