Injuries to workers in the health care industry occur at one of the highest rates of any occupation in the United States. Beyond general administrative tasks, nurses and health care workers assist injured, sick and sometimes combative patients each day.
With more than 20 years of combined legal experience throughout Iowa, our devoted attorneys have handled cases for health care, nursing home, foster care, social workers, certified nursing assistants (CNAs) and others, including injuries such as:
- Lifting injuries, including back and neck injuries and s houlder injuries
- Repetitive trauma injuries
- Assaults from patients
- Infection from blood, medical waste or ill patients
- Medical equipment injuries
- Slip-and-fall injuries
At Loney & Schueller, LLC, we understand the complexities of these claims and handle such cases every day. Our lawyers provide personalized service and work in our clients' best interests in pursuing claims to maximize their benefits and protect their rights.
Contact us online, or call us at 515-505-3013 or toll free at 888-857-9266 to schedule a free initial consultation with a Des Moines nursing injuries attorney. All cases are represented on a contingency fee basis, meaning no recovery, no attorney's fees.
Advocating for the Rights of Nurses and Other Health Care Workers
We negotiate with insurance companies on behalf of our clients and work with specialists to establish the full value of their claims. Your employer doesn't have the right to let you go and their insurance company doesn't have the right to deny you benefits if you were injured on the job.
Insurance companies know that proving on-the-job injury in many circumstances in difficult. A diligent investigation, professional case preparation and expert witness testimony must often be obtained to show the insurance company you are serious about receiving the maximum amount of compensation you are entitled to.
We prepare every case as if it is going to trial. Attorneys Eric Loney and Randy Schueller will pursue the full, fair value of your claim for your fullest possible recovery, including:
- Medical expenses
- Travel expenses
- Lost wages
- Lost future earnings
- Vocational rehabilitation and retraining
- Permanent partial disability benefits (PPD), if necessary
Polk County Health Care Worker Injuries Attorneys
Contact us online, or call us at 515-505-3013 or toll free at 888-857-9266 to schedule a free initial consultation with an attorney.