NYC Permanent Total Disability Claims Lawyers
A permanent total disability is considered an injury that so limits a worker’s ability to function that they may never return to work. If you or a loved one have suffered a permanent total disability and are no longer able to perform your job functions, there are no words great enough to express our sympathy.
The workers’ compensation attorneys at Kaplan Lawyers PC understand the frustration and apprehension felt by those facing the prospect of being unable to ever return to work. We at Kaplan Lawyers PC are here to tell you that there are ways in which you can still provide for yourself and your family. Workers’ compensation benefits can help cover your medical expenses, provide for ongoing treatment, and even recover portions of the wages you’ll lose due to your inability to work.
At Kaplan Lawyers PC, we’ve dealt with virtually all types of workers’ compensation benefits cases in the past. We understand that sometimes the hardest part in proving permanent total disabilities to your employer or insurance company is that your injuries were sustained at, or due to, your job. We must also prove that you are no longer able to work in any capacity. Once we’re able to prove these things, we can maximize your potential returns. A permanent, total disability can be a debilitating thing, but it doesn’t have to mean the end of a comfortable life. We can apply our expertise to your case, and help make sure that you’re afforded medical care during your time of need.
If you have been injured in an accident while at work, or if the very nature of your work has caused an injury or illness, and your condition will prevent you from returning to work contact the workers’ compensation attorneys at Kaplan Lawyers PC. There are many deadlines in place to try and limit the compensation you receive, so it is critical to contact us immediately so we can get you the benefits you need and deserve. Our consultations are free, and there is no fee if we are unable to obtain you benefits.
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