Most children in Iowa get lead poisoning from chipping and peeling lead based paint in homes built before 1960. Children often become lead poisoned from putting items that have lead dust on them in their mouths or from inhaling lead dust. Other sources of lead poisoning can be lead glazed pottery or certain home remedies including ayurvedic herbal supplements. In many cases, the local health department will investigate your child's lead poisoning to determine the source of the lead and help you to eliminate the lead hazards.
While completely rebuilding your life can be difficult or even impossible in the wake of a serious injury or wrongful death, we may be able to help you recover monetary compensation from the person who caused the crash and find justice and peace for your family. This video will answer some basic questions. Contact us to see how we can help. Read More
Yes, however snow tires are only allowed during the cooler months of the year. Iowa law allows the use of chains on tires when required for safety because of snow, ice, or other conditions that cause… Read More
Drunk driving accidents in Iowa and throughout the nation are the reason for many traffic deaths. In fact, drunk drivers are the cause of one-third of all fatal crashes in the U.S. alone. Mothers Agai… Read More
I was in a severe rollover accident, sustaining numerous internal bodily injuries and I lost my eyesight as a result of the accident. I had undergone eight operations and spent months in the hospital and going to doctor appointments. This was a compl…