Archives for September 2012

Iowa Workers Compensation – Litigation Timeline

A common question I get asked in an Iowa Workers Compensation Case is: How long does a case take? The answer to this question is not as simple as you would think. The a issue of when to file a claim is a topic its self and depends and many different factors. For the purposes […]

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Uninsured Motorist General Facts

There are general facts or guidelines concerning uninsured motorist insurance coverage. First is that every owner of a vehicle should have uninsured motorist coverage since it is a benefit not only for the owner of the vehicle but also all passengers. Secondly you should realize that there are many drivers and owners of vehicles on […]

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Workers Compensation Insurer Can Only Send You for Examination to a Medical Doctor

While a worker’s compensation insurer has the right to select medical care, the insurance company is limited to sending an injured worker for examination to a medical doctor. It is well known that one of the biggest advantage that insurance companies have is the right to select medical care and treatment. However for purposes of […]

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Progressive Insurance Bad Faith Alleged by Victim and Documented By National Media

Our lawfirm regularly assists clients with cases involving bad faith claims against insurance companies. We have fought and won against the largest of them. The fight is often long and frustrating. For that and many other reasons, we were pleased to see recent alleged victims take to social media and to see the media help […]

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Workers Compensation Insurance Bad Faith

If you have been victimized by the bad-faith conduct of the Worker’s Compensation insurance company you have remedies available to you. Nearly 30 years ago, the Iowa Supreme Court issued a Ruling in which it required the insurance company who provides and pays for an injured worker’s medical care and weekly benefit checks is required […]

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Bad Faith Insurance Conduct is a Tort

Insurance companies who do not negotiate in good faith but rather in bad faith can be punished for their conduct by victims of such conduct. Any insurance policy issued by an insurance company to an insured has the requirement that the insurance company act literally as a fiduciary towards its insured and not in bad […]

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