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Speaking with your insurance company after an Iowa car accident

Being involved in a car accident is a stressful situation, and it can continue to be so for weeks or months after the accident occurred. Injuries that you sustained may be preventing you from being able to work, and, as a result, you might be suffering from lost wages and the heavy burden of medical costs.

3 things to do after a truck accident in Iowa

Being involved in a collision with a truck in Iowa can be an extremely scary, and often a traumatic, experience. Trucks have a very large amount of force due to their sheer weight and speed. Therefore, truck drivers have the responsibility to be extremely safety-conscious, and they face more penalties for unsafe driving than drivers of ordinary vehicles do.

Anesthesia errors in children in Iowa

When you admit your child for a surgery, you are effectively putting your child's life in another person's hands, which is a very brave thing to do. You are putting all of your faith in the abilities of the surgeon, nurses and the anesthesiologist on hand. But sometimes, things can go wrong.

Sharing the road with commercial trucks

Large commercial trucks are so prevalent on our roads and highways, that many consumer drivers do realize how dangerous these huge road beast actually are. While all car accidents hold the potential for serious damage and physical harm, these risks multiply many times over when an accident involves a commercial truck.

If you ride a motorcycle, watch out for these hazards

Riding a motorcycle in Waterloo, or anywhere for that matter, is dangerous. But, the thrill and the freedom is part of the reason most people choose to ride a bike in the first place. Of course, it also doesn't hurt that riding a motorcycle is generally less expensive than driving a car. Unfortunately, it's usually the people driving cars that pose the greatest threat to those who prefer two wheels instead of four.

Common surgical mistakes that still happen to patients

Finding out that you require a surgery for your best health or potentially for your survival is often nerve-wracking. There are so many issues that can arise in a surgery. Some people have allergies or terrible reactions to sedation, including general anesthesia. In some cases, these reactions can even prove fatal. There can be complications during the surgery, such as nicked veins or arteries. After the surgery, some people experience life-threatening bleeding infections.

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