Operator suffered from serious brain trauma in accident and was questioned right after. It was clear operator was confused which was a result of a concussion from the accident. Operator couldn’t recall events of accident for three days after the accident. Officer wrongfully believed operator was... Read more »
answered on Mar 27, 2022
You need to obtain a professional opinion (expert witness) from a neurologist who can identify how the collision would have affected the injured person’s ability to offer a trustworthy statement (from an evidentiary standpoint).
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What recourse do we have? Never want another family to deal with the same loss as we have had.
answered on Sep 8, 2020
If there is insurance you can sue for wrongful death.
The reason Im asking is I just bought a canoe with a trolling motor. Would that be the same punishment as a 4th dui?
answered on Aug 10, 2017
Seeing no answers from Iowa attorneys, I suggest that you contact a highly qualified attorney in Iowa, to get a FREE consultation. Here is a suggestion.
Robert G. Rehkemper
Phone: (515) 226-0500
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It says in the paper they sent me I can't get any kind of moving violations.
answered on May 2, 2017
Any subsequent arrests that you have while on probation could result in a probation violation. Consult a lawyer to defend you at the hearing. If you do not have counsel and you are violated at the hearing, the judge could sentence you to serve the amount of time hanging over your head that was... Read more »
I'm trying to do the right thing & pay all fines, get interlock system, evaluation, etc but I have no vehicle before my court date so I can get a work permit. Nobody was injured in accident...Thank God.
answered on Dec 19, 2016
They are usually prompt. Did you have it evaluated?Send them a copy of the repair estimate? Under most state laws they have 30 days. They usually take 10-days to two weeks.
Other person ran red light & we collided.
answered on Dec 11, 2016
They should cover your damages, but the other guy's insurance may have to cover his. Too bad for the OWI, that will cost you in time, money and points. Good luck.
Insurance claim is taking forever. Why? It should be my husbands fault?
answered on Dec 10, 2016
Forever doesn't mean it's his fault. It just means they are dragging.
A lot depends on who says what. He should get a consult with a member of the Ia. assn for Justice--they give free consults. Look for one who also handles criminal matters as he should have representaiton on the DUI.
I am almost 24 and I am trying to push forward in my life. I am attending a great college and have pursued a civil engineering degree. Not being able to have my license has been very difficult for me. I got a OWI when I was 18 for marijuana and 19 for alcohol. My last one was about two years ago... Read more »
answered on Oct 26, 2015
What you need is specifically tailored legal advice, but it would not hurt to read the statutes which deal directly with this issue. For instance a suspension for five years in my state can be shortened to two if you jump through the right hoops. Call and ask the people at the dmv what you need to... Read more »
Just want to know what steps to take to get a fresh start. Planning on moving to Iowa and need this taken care of
answered on Sep 25, 2015
You need to consult with a private criminal defense attorney in Iowa. That is the very best step to take in my opinion.
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