Colorado Springs Permanent Disability Lawyers
Knowing Your Rights When You are Permanently Disabled
If you have been injured on the job and are permanently impacted by your injuries, you may be entitled to receive permanent impairment benefits to help compensate you for your permanent injury and disability.
At Weddell & Haller, P.C., we understand the impact this injury has had, and will continue to have, on your life. We are here to help you maximize your workers’ compensation benefits.
Have You Been Permanently Disabled?
A permanent disability can leave you with a lifetime of hardships and questions. How are you going to put food on the table and will you ever be able to return to work? If you have been permanently disabled by a workplace injury, it is important to know your rights and assert them aggressively.
- Permanent partial disability: If you have been permanently injured, but can still return to some type of employment, you are eligible to receive permanent partial disability (PPD) compensation.
- Permanent total disability: If your injury prevents you from ever working again in any type of employment, you may receive permanent total disability (PTD) including wage and medical benefits for your lifetime.
Maximizing your workers’ compensation award for a permanent disability is extremely important, especially if you lose your job or are unable to return to work as that award is all you are able to get. Our attorneys have worked extensively within the workers’ compensation system and are well equipped to get you full and fair compensation for your workplace injury. Our goal is to obtain maximum compensation for your injury.
Schedule Your Free Initial Consultation With Our Pueblo Workers’ Compensation Attorneys
If you need help obtaining permanent disability payments or filing a workers’ compensation claim, we are here to help. Contact us today online or by telephone at 719-387-9866 to speak with a highly-qualified Colorado Springs and Southern Colorado, Colorado, workman’s comp lawyer. We offer free initial consultations and bill on a contingent fee basis — meaning you do not have to pay us unless we win your case.*
We make home and hospital visits upon request for those unable to travel to our office. Foreign language translation services available.
*Clients may be liable for costs.