We think most people would agree that no one should suffer discrimination because of a health condition. However, sometimes an existing health condition may threaten the safety of other citizens. Sleep apnea is one such condition and when people who drive for a living...
Month: February 2018
Iowa property owner must pay millions after worker falls to death
On Behalf of Carter Law Offices, P.C. | Feb 21, 2018 |
It goes without saying that many Iowa residents work dangerous jobs. Employers have a legal duty to ensure that their workers have a safe environment in which to work as well as proper training and equipment to enhance safety. However, sometimes these employers fail...
Common accidents Iowa factory workers may suffer
On Behalf of Carter Law Offices, P.C. | Feb 16, 2018 |
Do you think you are safe in your Des Moines factory job? So did the many factory workers who suffered an accident in similar work situations. The truth is, all jobs come with a certain amount of personal injury risk. Sometimes, the risk is very small and relatively...
What are some examples of bad faith practices by an auto insurer?
On Behalf of Carter Law Offices, P.C. | Feb 9, 2018 |
Most motorists in the state of Iowa and elsewhere in the nation take care to keep their car insurance payments on time and up-to-date. This provides motorists with a feeling of security if they are ever involved in a car accident. After all, you have fulfilled your...
Your boss can’t retaliate if you file for workers’ compensation
On Behalf of Carter Law Offices, P.C. | Feb 7, 2018 | Blog
As a factory worker in the Des Moines area, you know how dangerous your job is. One wrong move, by you or a coworker, could have catastrophic consequences. Even a piece of equipment that malfunctions could cause very serious and lasting damage.If you suffer a work...
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