HOW DID YOU VOTE?
No. It actually works exactly the opposite. You don’t think so huh?
You’re sort of laughing thinking this is good for you and bad for me.
Well guess what, it hurts your wallet more than mine.
No, you don’t believe it will?
Well it does.
Because when lawyers can’t make a profit, they move on to other areas of the legal landscape. Keep im mind, we get electric bills just like everybody else. We have to pay for our groceries and gas isn't free to lawyers.
IOWA’S REPUBLICAN PARTY PUT THE SCREWS TO EVERY WORKER
And do you know what happens when you don’t have a lawyer?
Come on, do you know?
Well, this is where it gets interesting.
Because when you are unrepresented, the high-priced spies, commonly referred to as an adjuster or the nurse-case-manager, suckers you into saying or doing things that ruin your case. They make is seem like you have to do it, but you don’t. But you think you do.
And they lie. Yes, they lie and write it into a report, which they send to the insurance claims people.
And based on that lie you get your workers' compensation benefits terminated or reduced.
THE WORKER'S COMPENSATION GAME CHANGED ON JULY 1, 2017
With the changes in Iowa’s workers’ compensation law that took effect on July 1, 2017 it will get harder and harder to find a lawyer willing to take your case.
Lawyers will be turning down many of the cases we used to take, because now, in many cases, lawyers are not able to get paid.
And that was the point of the Republican Party and how they voted as a block. They voted to change the laws to make this area unprofitable for Iowa’s workers’ compensation lawyers. And now it is.
And now a lot of you are in trouble.
And here is the interesting part – you don’t even know it.
So, if you voted for a Republican legislator you did it to yourself.
WHITE COLLAR, BLUE COLLAR – YOU ARE ALL SCREWED … UNLESS
Unless, in this next election you vote for a Democratic majority and a Democratic Governor.
Get used to hearing, “I’m sorry but I can’t help you.”
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