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Three Things to Know About Iowa Workers’ Compensation

Attention! Iowa’s Workers’ Compensation laws changed July 1, 2017. This article’s information may be out of date. Visit our Workers’ Compensation Page for more information. If you are an employee working in Iowa, most injuries and illnesses caused by your work should be covered by the workers’ compensation system.  That means you may qualify for benefits like …

Iowa Workers’ Compensation Tips: Getting a New Doctor for Your Work Comp Treatment

Attention! Iowa’s Workers’ Compensation laws changed July 1, 2017. This article’s information may be out of date. Visit our Workers’ Compensation Page for more information. As you may know you are entitled to receive treatment from a competent doctor under Iowa Workers Compensation Law.  This doesn’t mean you go out and pick who you feel the best …

If You Are Not Careful, Your Workers’ Compensation Settlement May Cost You Your Government Benefits

Attention! Iowa’s Workers’ Compensation laws changed July 1, 2017. This article’s information may be out of date. Visit our Workers’ Compensation Page for more information. Accepting your Iowa workers’ compensation benefits in the wrong way can cost you money in the long run. The money you receive for an Iowa work injury can reduce the amount of …

Choosing the Right Iowa Workers’ Comp Attorney

Attention! Iowa’s Workers’ Compensation laws changed July 1, 2017. This article’s information may be out of date. Visit our Workers’ Compensation Page for more information. Picking the right attorney for your Iowa workers’ compensation claim can feel like it’s impossible.  However, there are ways you can be confident you made the right choice. For starters, it doesn’t …

Why You’re Better Off with a Workers Compensation Attorney

Attention! Iowa’s Workers’ Compensation laws changed July 1, 2017. This article’s information may be out of date. Visit our Workers’ Compensation Page for more information. When a person is injured on the job, they will typically receive no shortage of advice. Friends, families and co-workers will often offer suggestions to an injured worker about what to do …

What Would Happen if You Quit Your Job After a Work Related Injury?

Attention! Iowa’s Workers’ Compensation laws changed July 1, 2017. This article’s information may be out of date. Visit our Workers’ Compensation Page for more information. Have you considered the consequences of what would happen if you quit your job after a work related injury? If you were hurt on the job, it’s easy to become frustrated with …

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