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Employers Will Try To Use Unjust Tactics to Avoid Paying Compensation

We treat our clients with the utmost respect & care...and we try to make the process of getting your rightful compensation as smooth as possible. 

Of course, an employer will always try their best to be an obstacle on your path to be compensate.

For example, take a look at one of the testimonials from one of our clients...

I injured my shoulder driving a truck for CRST. I required surgery and initially CRST paid for the treatment and benefits while I missed work. CRST soon made my travel to Iowa even though I did not live here and my family was out-of-state. CRST tried to force me to live and receive medical treatment in Iowa. I contacted attorney Randy Schueller and he told CRST I am not living in Iowa while I recover and I went to my own doctors.

Randy was very aggressive with CRST as he has dealt with them in the past. We settled my claim for a figure that was more than CRST wanted to pay.


The employer (CRST) did as much as they could to try and make it difficult for Robert to get his rightful compensation, but we don't stop until your rights are upheld. 

Too many times, employers skirt having to pay proper compensation because they use intimidation and stalling techniques. We have seen all these ploys before, and we know the ways to out-manuever all these unjust tactics.

If you've been injured while on the job, it's very important that you know that you have rights. Eric, Randy, and Sarah are ready to fight for your rights, and get you your rightful compensation! Call us at 515-225-4485.

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