What is the Statute of Limitations for Personal Injury Cases in Iowa?

A California woman received more than $8 million in damages after taking her car accident claim to trial. She was T-boned by another vehicle and suffered a traumatic brain injury that led to ongoing medical expenses. The majority of the award was designated for these medical expenses, but it included pain and suffering compensation as well. This type of large…

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An Overview Of Claim Denials And How To Fight Them In Court

For almost any accident or disability claim, relief often hinges on the claim's approval. It should come as no surprise that insurance companies are, to a large degree, in the business of denying claims when legally defensible. Otherwise, their next natural motive is usually to press their policyholder's victims into a drastically reduced settlement. It's exactly the last thing one…

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5 Key Tips For Dealing With an Insurance Company After an Auto Accident

A Forbes Advisor survey revealed most drivers have a very poor understanding of their car insurance coverage. This includes both believing they have a type of coverage that doesn't really exist and a lack of understanding of the different types of coverage available. For example, nearly half of surveyed drivers said they had extended crash protection, which isn't a standard…

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Does My Health Insurance Cover Motorcycle Accidents in Iowa?

Motorcycle crashes can lead to serious injuries and major medical expenses. As one example, a California motorcyclist was nearly killed in a dramatic crash in which a stolen car collided with a pickup truck and caused the truck to flip and land on top of his motorcycle. After beating the odds to survive his injuries, he was left reliant on…

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