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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 …


Clear Liability Iowa Motorcycle Cases Are Easy – Or Are They?

You might believe that if you’re hit while riding a motorcycle, and the other driver is obviously at fault, that you have a clear liability case that will be easy to settle on your own. The insurance company of the other driver has different ideas, though. They know that jurors will often have an unfair …


RSH Legal Attorneys Win $1.8 Million Verdict for Worker Injured at Iowa Luke Bryan Concert

RSH Legal personal injury attorneys Tim Semelroth and Brian C. Ivers secured a $1.8 million verdict for Frank Sgambellone, a former sound engineer who was injured while working for the Luke Bryan tour. Originally from Massachusetts, Frank was at the UNI-Dome helping with concert takedown in February 2016 when he was struck and run over …


Iowa Motorcycle Hit-and-Run? Here’s What You Should Do Next.

There is a true risk to a motorcycle hit-and-run crash in Iowa. A hit-and-run between a car and a motorcycle happens more frequently than accidents between two automobiles. Whether contact was actually made between your vehicles, or the other driver simply ran you off the road without actually striking you, serious injuries can and do …


7 Signs Your Loved One is Not Being Monitored in an Iowa Nursing Home

There are 7 potential signs that your loved one is not being properly watched in their Iowa nursing home care facility: (1) Unanswered or avoided questions by nursing home staff It’s natural to have questions regarding your loved one’s care plan, their medications, or other issues that involve how the nursing home is caring for …


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