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How Do Iowa Law Enforcement Agencies Investigate and Report Motorcycle Accidents?

Motorcycle accidents are often complex events with multiple factors at play, making them challenging for law enforcement agencies to investigate thoroughly. In the state of Iowa, these challenges are compounded by various factors that can cause issues with the investigative process. Understanding the difficulties faced by law enforcement in handling motorcycle accidents is crucial for …


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 …


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 …


5 Things You Shouldn’t Do After an Iowa Motorcycle Crash

Motorcycle crashes can be traumatic events.  Less protection and visibility than other motor vehicles can mean riders are at risk for being seriously injured.  If you have been in an Iowa motorcycle accident, here are five things you shouldn’t do: 1. Leave the scene of the crash. If you have been in a serious motorcycle …


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 …


My Spouse Was in a Motorcycle Accident in Iowa. What Do I Need to Know?

If your husband or wife was recently in a motorcycle accident in Iowa, we’re sorry this has happened to you.  We know you have a lot to think about.  Foremost on your mind is the injury or even the possible loss of your spouse.   But you’re probably also worried about how to pay bills or …


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