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Can I File a Medical Malpractice Claim For the Infection I Got in an Iowa Hospital?

Hospital-acquired infections are a serious issue.  According to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), about 1 in 25 hospital patients are diagnosed with an infection.  Additionally, over 99,000 deaths yearly can be attributed to these healthcare-associated infections.  So why don’t you hear about Iowa medical malpractice lawsuits being filed because of these infections? Iowa Medical …


When Are Medication Errors Considered Iowa Medical Malpractice?

Every year, Iowans are injured or even killed by Iowa doctors prescribing the wrong medication.  There’s a variety of ways a doctor can get your medication wrong: They can give you too much medication; or not enough. They prescribe a medication that interferes with other medications you are taking. They prescribe something that you may …

What the Statute of Limitations Means For Your Iowa Medical Malpractice Case

Just like every other type of personal injury claim, Iowa medical malpractice lawsuits have deadlines that an injured person or their family must meet. Generally speaking, the statute of limitations for personal injury cases, including medical malpractice claims, is two years from the date of injury.  This means injured patients or their families only have …


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