Fayetteville Permanent Disability Lawyers
Workplace injuries, while less common than they have been in years past, remain an unfortunately common occurrence in the United States. In some cases, these injuries are significant but not so serious that they leave a worker permanently affected. However, in more severe cases, a workplace injury can be so damaging that the worker is rendered permanently disabled.
If you have suffered a workplace injury that has left you permanently disabled, you may be entitled to permanent disability benefits from your employer’s workers’ compensation insurance. Contact a Fayetteville workers’ compensation lawyer of Scudder Seguin, PLLC, today at (919) 851-3311 to speak with an experienced member of our legal team and learn more about your rights under the law.
How We Can Help
Permanent disability benefits are divided between total permanent disability (TPD) and partial permanent disability (PPD). TPD benefits are available for workers whose injuries are so severe that they cannot continue to work in any occupation. PPD benefits are available for workers whose injuries are permanent, but who can continue to work. At Scudder Seguin, PLLC, we have experience helping clients in both situations with issues involving:
- Permanent Disability Claims Filing Assistance
- Permanent Disability Appeals
- Permanent Disability Litigation
The assistance of an experienced attorney can significantly ease the difficulty of receiving these benefits.
If you or someone you know has suffered a workplace injury that has resulted in a permanent disability, we may be able to help you pursue the benefits you need. Contact a Fayetteville workers’ compensation attorney of Scudder Seguin, PLLC, at (919) 851-3311 today to discuss your case with a qualified legal professional.