If your employee has been injured at work, you may need to go through with a worker's compensation claim. Our experienced Iowa Workers' compensation defense attorneys are here to help you settle your case despite the circumstances surrounding it. This can be a stressful event for any business owner, so to ensure complete defense from claims research and dedication to each individual case is key for an optimal victory.
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In this video, our Iowa workers' compensation attorneys discuss workers compensation laws in Iowa.
Most employers are required by the state of Iowa to provide their workers with worker's compensation benefits in the case of a work-related injury. These laws vary from company to company, but putting in a claim follows a general timeline that is outlined by our Iowa worker's compensation attorneys. This article outlines the responsibilities of both the employer and the employee in workers' compensation cases including the types of benefits provided, and who pays the benefits and chooses the medical care.
In this video, our Iowa workers' compensation lawyers discuss the clauses in employment contracts that can affect payment for injured employees.
In this article, our Iowa workers' compensation attorneys discuss some of the most important clauses that Iowa businesses should include in their employment contracts and independent contractor agreements. We’ll cover non-compete clauses, trade secret clauses, non-solicitation clauses, non-disparagement clauses and a host of other important items to include in your employment contracts and IC agreements. We’ll also go over some of the common, but every important clauses that should be in every contract no matter the business.
In this video, our Iowa workers' comp attorneys discuss the ways to determine if you're an employee or independent contractor in Iowa.
In this article, we’ll discuss the difference between being an employee and an independent contractor, why being sure is important for both the worker and the company, what factors the courts look at when making a decision, and penalties for miss-classification. Your employment contract has specific language concerning your role as an employee, and there’s little room for interpretation. Our Iowa workers' compensation attorneys help you better understand your contract and any actions you may need to take.