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IOWA SUPREME COURT CASES:
ARISING OUT OF AND IN THE COURSE OF EMPLOYMENT – CARPAL TUNNEL
Meyer v. IBP, Inc., 710 N.W.2d 213 (Iowa 2006)
Meyer obtained employment at an IBP plant in Waterloo through a staffing agency and was placed at IBP on October 10, 2000. Meyer remained an employee of the staffing agency until he completed a sixty day probationary... Read More
Q. What is an injury for the purpose of workers’ compensation?
A. An injury under the Iowa Worker's Compensation Act is something that acts extraneously to the natural processes of nature, and thereby impairs the health, overcomes, injures, interrupts, or destroys some function of the... Read More