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Sometimes, an injured worker may be wondering if they’re not better off suing their employer if they are at fault for the accident.

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New Laws That Could Make a Significant Impact on Your Estate Plan

Shakespeare and employer liability

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Unemployment, why you may want to sit in as workers' compensation lawyer

Seminar detailing pitfalls and helpful tools that come from a workers' compensation case that parallels an unemployment case.

At the intersection of workers compensation and unemployment iawc conference october 18, 2019

In depth tutorial on unemployment and workers' compensation overlap.

Iowa unemployment fact finding interview

Short video on a fact finding interview.

Administrative penalty and criminal prosecution iowa unemployment law

Tutorial on penalties that follow for improperly reporting wages while collecting Iowa Unemployment. Reporting requirement frequently change. Read and follow directions on all IWD notices.