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Iowa Supreme Court Decertifies a Class of Workers Alleging a Violation of Iowa's Workers' Compensation Statute

On March 20, 2020, the Iowa Supreme Court issued its decision in the matter of Roland v. Annett Holdings, Inc., decertifying the class of workers that had been certified by the District Court, alleging violations of Iowa’s Code Chapter 85, which is… Read More
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Induction into American College of Trial Lawyers

On September 27,2019, Matthew L. Preston, an attorney and partner at Brady Preston Gronlund PC, became a Fellow of the American College of Trial Lawyers, one of the premier legal associations in North America. The induction ceremony at which Mr. Pres… Read More
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Matt Preston to Present at Legal Seminar

Matt Preston will be speaking on December 21, 2018, at the Civil Trial From Start to Finish seminar, in Cedar Rapids. He will present the topics of Jury Selection, Court Rules and Updates and Opening Statements in Civil Litigation. Read More
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Categories: Uncategorized

Iowa Supreme Court Examines Timeliness of Lawsuit Brought Regarding Abuse by a Clergyman

On June 4, 2018, the Iowa Supreme Court filed its amended ruling in the case of Bandstra v. Covenant Reform Church (Case No. 16-1078) 2018 WL 2455030 In that case, the Iowa Supreme… Read More
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Distracted Driving on the Rise

As of July 1, 2017, law enforcement officers may now stop a vehicle when they suspect a driver using a cell phone to send text messages. Prior to the enactment of this law (Senate File 234), texting while driving was only a secondary offense, meaning… Read More
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Lawsuits Have Made Us Safer

Most consumers don’t realize the important role that the civil justice system has played in making us safer. We rely on manufacturers to make safe products, employers to maintain safe workplaces and property owners to keep their properties safe… Read More
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Categories: Product Liability

Should Iowa Auto Insurance Companies Be Required to Disclose Limits?

West Virginia’s legislature just passed a law requiring insurance companies for negligent drivers to disclose their liability policy limits to the injured person before a lawsuit is filed. Similar legislation has been proposed to the Iowa Legis… Read More
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Don't Let the Bed Bugs Bite

In recent years, bed bugs have been on the rise and have become a serious issue for many people in Iowa. A bed-bug infestation is more than a mere inconvenience. It typically results in property loss, expense, and anxiety. It is important to regularl… Read More
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Categories: General

Smart Phones Aren’t So Smart if They Cause Cedar Rapids Car Crashes

With the ever increasing popularity of smart phones, drivers are becoming more distracted on the roads – no matter what the laws are. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), about 13.5 million drivers use cell phone… Read More
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Minimize Brain Injuries in Iowa by Keeping Iowa Kids Safe this Holiday Season

Christmastime is when most toys are bought, and often because most children have been begging mommy and daddy for months for a specific toy. Although most toys are safe due to the higher standards of toy makers and stronger federal rules, some toys s… Read More
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