Total Permanent Disability Claims in Springfield Illinois
While certain work injuries are more common than others, some are also more serious, such as a traumatic injury or even an injury that could leave you with a permanent disability. If you suffer an injury that leaves you with the inability to perform your job, you have a workers’ compensation case for total permanent disability. Having a total permanent disability means you can’t perform your job and you are entitled to financial compensation. Having a total disability doesn’t solely affect you, but also your family and loved ones that rely on you financially. Contact LaMarca Law Office for more information about your rights and how to file a claim for total permanent disability.
Temporary v. Permanent
There are various benefits packages for workers’ compensation claims. It all depends on a case by case basis. As stated before, if you suffer an injury that results in your inability to perform your job, that is a total permanent disability. If you suffer an injury but can still perform your job duties, that is considered a temporary disability. Your disability payments are dependent on the amount of money you make and how often you work. Normally, temporary payments are lower since the worker is expected to resume their responsibilities after a certain time period, as recommended by a physician.
Appealing Your Denied Claim
When a workers’ comp claim is denied, the employer must provide reasoning for the denial. Upon denial, you may want to appeal your claim.
This involves presenting your case in front of the Workers’ Compensation Commission to prove your claims and receive the benefits that you deserve. If your claim has been denied – contact LaMarca Law Office right away for more information about the appeals process.
• Brain Injuries
• Neck Injuries
• Back Injuries
• Nerve Damage
• Electric Shock
• Vision Loss
• Hearing Loss
Contact Us to File a Claim
If you suffered a major injury at work that resulted in a major life change, contact your local attorneys to file a workman’s comp claim. We provide legal representation that is focused on a successful resolution. We understand your rights as a worker, and when you get injured on the job – you are entitled to compensation. Contact our law office today for a quality lawyer who has experience advocating for various workers’ compensation claims.
Call LaMarca Law Office Today at (217) 492-9000
We aggressively pursue the legal rights of our clients.
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