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When Is a Birth Injury Considered Medical Malpractice in Iowa?

It’s a parent’s worst nightmare – a joyous day of birth for their child that turns into a frightening and terrible experience. Or maybe your child’s birth seemed to happen without issue – but they begin missing key developmental milestones as they grow older. Either way, you suspect that something went wrong during your child’s …

If I Was Injured at Work in Iowa, Who Pays the Medical Bills?

When an individual is injured at work in Iowa, there are certain benefits the worker is entitled to under Iowa’s workers’ compensation laws. One of the most important benefits for an injured worker is the entitlement to medical benefits. What Benefits Does Iowa Work Comp Insurance Have to Pay? If an employer and its insurance …


Can I Apply for Social Security Disability Benefits in Iowa?

You may be looking to apply for Social Security Disability benefits in Iowa. For you to receive Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) benefits, there are two requirements you must meet: 1. You must be considered disabled according to the Social Security Administration’s definition. 2. You must have worked long enough and recently enough to qualify …


What Kinds of Discrimination are Illegal in Iowa Workplaces?

Every day Iowans face discrimination in the workplace. Unfortunately, not all discrimination is illegal. Knowing what types of discrimination are illegal is the first step to understanding if you have a claim. The first thing you need to know is that not all discrimination in the workplace is illegal. An employer can cross the line …

I Was in a Bike Accident in Iowa: What Do I Do?

It’s a bicyclist’s worst nightmare – being hit by a vehicle.  The actions you take after a bike accident in Iowa can have a significant impact on the outcome of your claim against the at-fault drivers’ insurance company.  Here are some tips to follow after a bicycle accident: 1. Contact Law Enforcement Immediately After Your …


Who is Liable for Nursing Home Abuse or Neglect in Iowa?

Who is responsible for Iowa nursing home abuse and neglect? The nursing home and its owners are responsible for what happens to their residents under their roof. They have a federal obligation to make sure that all policies and procedures are being followed. Sometimes when abuse or neglect occurs, they’re more interested in how much …


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