The Iowa Court of Appeals released its latest set of rulings yesterday and grappled with everything from a unique child-visitation case to drunk driving. The appeals court ruled that a construction worker who got drunk on the job, left, and killed a man driving drunk must pay the penalty, but the family of the victim can’t sue his employer the way they might try to sue a bar that served the man drinks. The judges turned down a woman’s claim that a bowling alley’s shoes were responsible for her turned ankle and shouldn’t have been put back on the rack and rented again. And the appeals court said a man who found out another fellow was the father of his girlfriend’s baby can still have visitation with the child he thought was his, and so can the biological father.
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