• Permanent Impairment at Work Claims in Springfield Illinois

    In some of the worst cases, workplace accidents can go past the inability to work. If a worker is permanently impaired, it is always a serious case in which the employee may have lost a limb or other bodily function. Not only is it heartbreaking for your family, but now they also have to worry about your medical care, hospital costs, and, if they rely on you financially, bills that need to be paid. These situations are always difficult, which is why having a legal expert hear your case is always beneficial. LaMarca Law Office understands the challenges and has experience filing claims for permanent impairment injuries suffered at work. We make it our mission to advocate on behalf of worker’s rights.

  • Permanent Impairment Challenges

    Permanent impairment cases almost always drastically change the victim’s life. The potential injury could result in the loss of a limb or a sense, which present challenges in your daily life and adds unwanted stress to your family and loved ones. You could be confined to a wheelchair or in a hospital bed for the rest of your life; permanent impairment victims always go through major life changes following their accidents. This can cause challenges for paying bills, accessing medical care, and other financial issues. LaMarca Law Office offers its experience and legal expertise to help you navigate through these difficult times. From filing a claim to representation throughout the entire process, we understand your rights and will advocate for them.

  • Permanent Impairment Injuries

    It is virtually impossible to determine which injuries will be permanent; each case is specific to the injury suffered. However, work environments that involve heavy machinery are prime candidates for these injuries to take place, which is why safety measures are so important. Permanent impairment can result due to:

  • • Brain Injuries
    • Spinal Cord Injuries
    • Paralysis

  • • Electrocution
    • Explosion
    • Vision Loss

  • • Hearing Loss
    • Fractures
    • Amputations