We're committed to helping you learn more about Iowa's sometimes complicated injury laws. For example, did you know that you can receive pain and suffering damages in a car accident, but not in a workers' compensation case? Or that in a workers' compensation case you're to be paid mileage going to and from your medical appointments including the pharmacy to pick-up medications?
Well, there are many things that most injured Iowans do not know about the laws and we try to answer most of the questions here at IowaInjured.com in the various articles and FAQs (frequently asked questions) we've written. However, if you do not see the answer to your question, we invite you to take advantage of our firm's FREE and confidential injury audit. You can also request to receive any of our books at no cost to you. Our books go into more detail about your injury case and describe the process from start to finish including how to avoid costly mistakes in your case.
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Why The Insurance Company Is Not Always On Your SideInsurance companies are in business to make a profit and they would rather collect premiums than pay claims. The insurance adjustor may be nice to you but remember that the insurance adjustor is not on your side and is under no obligation to help you and is not even required under the law to tell you the truth.
Epidural Nerve Block Procedure for Cervical Radicular PainCervical radicular pain is often the result of a traumatic injury in Iowa. An epidural nerve block procedure may provide pain relief.