Latest Articles


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 …


Pre-Existing Conditions and Iowa Motorcycle Accident Claims

You are still entitled to fair compensation, even if your pre-existing condition was made worse by a serious Iowa motorcycle accident. For example, let’s say that you had some degenerative disc disease in your back before the crash.  During the crash, you suffer three herniated discs.  You will need to prove that the accident, and …


When Should You Settle Your Iowa Motorcycle Accident Case?

After you have been in a serious Iowa motorcycle crash, you should be focused on healing from your injuries.  The other driver’s insurance company may try to contact you to talk about settling your claim.  Before you decide to settle your case, consider a few things: Don’t Settle Your Case Until You’re Done Treating You …


3 Reasons You Need Underinsured Motorist Coverage if You Ride a Motorcycle in Iowa

It can feel like a one-two punch if you’ve been injured in a motorcycle accident in Iowa and learn the person who hit you doesn’t have enough car insurance to cover all of your medical bills. That’s why it’s worth considering investing in uninsured and underinsured motorist coverage. Although Iowa law requires drivers to carry …


Can I Still Sue After I Settle My Iowa Personal Injury Case?

There are a few things to consider when thinking about settling your personal injury claim in Iowa. After You Settle Your Personal Injury Claim, Your Case is Likely Over The most important thing to understand about settling your claim is that once you do, you forfeit any right to sue that defendant later for additional damages.  Generally, …


Looking for Iowa Legal Help?

Find out how to get treated fairly after an injury or disability in Iowa

For a free, no-obligation case evaluation, call us at (319) 409-6575
or fill out our Free Case Evaluation form to reach us online