Written by attorney Emily Nichole Anderson | Feb 23, 2017

What Can You Do If Iowa Workers’ Compensation Refuses to Pay For Your Work-Related Injury?

The workers’ compensation insurance company is required by Iowa law to pay all reasonable and necessary medical care for a work-related injury — but too often Iowa workers’ compensation refuses to pay. There are many reasons why the insurance company may be refusing to pay for your medical care. Let’s discuss some of the most common reasons your medical care for a work injury may be refused, and what you can do about it.

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