ALTON, IL PERMANENT PARTIAL DISABILITY INJURY ATTORNEY

Pursuing Fair Compensation for Injured Workers

If your work-related accident has resulted in a permanent disability to one of your body parts, retain help from an experienced workers’ compensation lawyer. Permanent partial disability (PPD) claims are particularly challenging. The definition of a permanent partial disability injury is based on a very complicated formula.

For more than 25 years, I have advocated for employees injured in serious work accidents. I am a seasoned workers’ compensation attorney with a clear understanding of the formula used to calculate permanent partial disability benefits. When you enlist my law firm, you can be confident I am committed to helping you obtain a fair settlement.

Contact my law office today online or by telephone at 866-611-0813 to schedule a free initial consultation. I offer evening and weekend appointments, and I am available to make home and hospital visits, when necessary.

Outlining How Workers’ Comp PPD Benefits Are Calculated

Permanent partial disability benefits are designed to compensate injured workers for the loss of a body part stemming from a work-related accident. The amount of compensation you are entitled to receive is based on a standard mathematical formula.

Each body part is assessed based on its importance to the overall function of your body. For example the value of your legs would have a higher value than your fingers. A snapshot of the calculations used in permanent partial disability claims is highlighted below:

  • If someone lost complete use of a hand, he or she would receive 205 weeks of permanent partial disability benefits.
  • If a worker sustained a 20 percent permanent partial disability to a hand, he or she would receive 41 weeks of permanency benefits or 20 percent of 205 weeks.

Injured workers’ permanency rate is affixed at 60 percent of their average weekly wage with a maximum statutory limit. Accordingly, if someone with an average weekly wage of $750 suffered a 20 percent disability to a hand, he or she would be entitled to a permanent partial disability award or settlement of $18,450.

Pursuing Fair Compensation For Injured Workers

The value of a permanent partial disability injury changes from one year to the next. From my law office in Alton, I have stayed at the cutting-edge of modifications toIllinois’ workers’ compensation system for more than two decades.

I am prepared to help ensure that you obtain full compensation to cover your permanent partial disability injury. Simultaneously, I will advocate for you to secure as much compensation as possible to cover your medical care and lost wages.

Schedule a Free Initial Consultation

Contact my law office today to schedule a free initial consultation with an experienced workers’ compensation attorney. I offer evening and weekend appointments, and I am available to make home and hospital visits, when necessary.