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What Should I Ask For in a Personal Injury Settlement in Iowa?

Injured Iowans call us all the time and ask, “What is my case worth?”  Most times we can’t give a specific answer without gathering more information like medical records, evidence of lost wages, and a doctor’s opinions about the severity of your injuries. While we may not be able to give you an exact figure …

What Does “Litigation” or “Filing a Lawsuit” Mean in an Iowa Personal Injury Case?

After you’ve suffered an injury in Iowa, your head is probably spinning with all sorts of questions. Who is going to pay for my medical bills? Will I get paid back for my lost wages? What if my pain doesn’t go away? Am I going to end up filing a lawsuit and if I do, …

How to Settle a Personal Injury Claim Without a Lawyer in Iowa

If you’ve had an accident in Iowa that was someone else’s fault, it’s likely that person’s insurance company will reach out to you and try to settle your claim. Many insurance companies try to settle with you quickly. There is a reason for that—they know they generally pay less the earlier they settle the case …

What Types of Future Medical Expenses Can I Pursue in an Iowa Injury Claim?

After an accident in Iowa where you were seriously injured because of someone else’s fault, a significant part of any settlement is usually past and future medical expenses. Iowa law says you can ask for any “reasonable and necessary” future health care expenses when you settle your case. But how can you know what “reasonable …

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What Types of Compensation Can I Get from a Dog Bite Injury in Iowa?

Depending on how serious your dog bite injuries are, you may be able to receive a variety of different types of compensation. Pain and suffering. Your medical bills – this includes medical bills from the attack and any future medical treatment you may need related to the incident. Lost wages – if you had to …

Did You Suffer a Concussion in an Iowa Car Accident?

It’s no surprise that car accidents are a leading cause of head injuries.  According to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), an average of 155 people in the United States die each day from injuries that include a traumatic brain injury. Traumatic Brain Injuries and Iowa Car Accidents Each year, Iowans are involved in car crashes where …

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