Permanent Disability

A serious accident can change your life dramatically, but an accident that leaves you or someone you care about permanently disabled, can impact the entire family and friends.

A permanent disability is a very severe situation. Permanent disability can be total or partial disability. The injured person can be completely disabled by the accident or injury, or have permanently lost the use of only part of their body, such as a hand or arm or leg. In that case, the disability might be permanent, but the person may be only partially disabled. Regardless of whether you or your loved one has a full or partial permanent disability, the Law Offices of Timothy A. Green may be able to help.

If you or a family member has been injured in a Missouri auto accident that was not their fault or has a work-related injury that resulted in disability or death, you may have a claim for damages. Sometimes, safety regulations are ignored on the job, or there a number of other factors that contributed to the accident and/or your disability.

If you have been rendered disabled in an accident that was not your fault, you may be entitled to compensation for medical bills, hospital bills, rehabilitation bills, physical therapy bills, special equipment, lost income, loss of enjoyment of life, pain and suffering and other losses. Call us now for a Consultation and case evaluation.

Permanent disability can be caused by virtually any accident, such as:

  • Vehicle accidents, such as car accidents, train accidents, bus accidents, truck accidents, pedestrian accidents, bicycle accidents, hit and run accidents, drunk driver accidents
  • Workplace injuries such as industrial accidents, repetitive stress injuries, toxic exposure
  • Jobsite injuries such as construction accidents, equipment accidents, falls (from ladders, scaffolding, etc.), electrical accidents.
  • Slip and fall accidents

If you or a family member has been permanently disabled from any type of accident or injury, call the Law Offices of Timothy A. Green at (914) 683-7900.


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