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If a Mechanical Failure Caused My Injury, Can I Still Sue Successfully?

Almost all accidents are caused due to driver failure, but there are still many which are caused by mechanical defects in the car. The at-fault driver may have done everything they could to avoid the accident, but the car wouldn’t let them. This raises an important question. If you are injured and it was due to a mechanical failure on the car, can you still sue successfully? The answer is yes, but just who you can sue will depend on why the mechanical failure occurred.   Owner failed to maintain their vehicle   Many mechanical failures are due to worn tires. A sudden flat can...

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What You Need to Know About Spinal Cord Injuries

Spinal cord injuries are devastating, often severely impacting a person for the rest of their life and requiring massive amounts of medical care and support to maintain a reasonable quality of life. Cases involving spinal cord injuries are complex and require a skilled and experienced attorney who understands how to build your case and prove the full impact of your injury so that full justice through compensation is realized. Types of spinal cord injuries Spinal cord injuries are classified by two components. The first is where the injury occurred in the spinal cord.  As a general guideline, nerve function below where the...

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Doctor Discipline Actions from the Iowa Medical Board

Iowa Board of Medicine

The Iowa Board of Medicine is authorized by state law to investigate complaints made by patients, other physicians, and personnel concerning physicians (M.D.s and D.O.s), as well as licensed acupuncturists. In such cases where the board finds that the physician has committed a punishable offense, it may take action. While the entirety of the board’s disciplinary procedures and possible disciplinary actions are available, this is an overview. When a complaint is received, it is assigned a case number and a file is opened. Every week, the executive director, the legal director, medical advisor, and chief investigator meet to determine the appropriate...

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