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Tag Archives: Iowa Workers Compensation Claim


The Importance of Proving “Causation” in Workers’ Compensation Cases

By Noyes Law Office, P.C. |

Workers’ compensation benefits in Iowa depend on “causation”–that is, whether or not you can prove that your injury arose out of your employment. The mere fact you are injured does not, in and of itself, establish causation. For example, if you suffer from a degenerative condition, the Iowa Workers’ Compensation Commission may determine that–not… Read More »


How Does My Workers’ Compensation Claim Proceed if I’m Injured By a Third Party?

By Noyes Law Office, P.C. |

When you are injured “on the job” in Iowa and the cause for your injury is clearly your own carelessness or the carelessness of your employer or a coworker, the process through which your workers’ compensation claim will proceed is clear: upon filing of your claim, you will be entitled to benefits to help… Read More »


Workers’ Compensation in Iowa: How Long Do I Have to File My Claim?

By Noyes Law Office, P.C. |

While each state has a workers’ compensation system in place to benefit employees who are injured while on the job, each state also has its own statute of limitations which limits the timeframe within which an injured employee can file a claim for workers’ compensation benefits. This article provides a brief overview of Iowa’s… Read More »

Workers’ Compensation Death Benefits: What If I Lost a Loved One to a Work-Related Injury?

By Noyes Law Office, P.C. |

If you have lost a loved one to a work-related accident or illness you may be entitled to workers’ compensation death benefits. Workers’ compensation is designed to compensate injured employees who suffer work-related injuries, however, in some instances the loved ones of an injured employee may be entitled to benefits if the employee passed… Read More »

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