Getting Permanent Disability Benefits

In some cases, a severe on-the-job injury can mean that an injured worker will never be able to work again in the same capacity. People in this situation not only face the pain and uncertainty of injury and the accompanying medical bills, but also the prospect of lost income, both during recovery and as a result of not being able to return to work fully. This is a serious situation for a person to be in.

If you've been injured on the job, it's important to get in touch with a lawyer as soon as possible. Time is of the essence in these kinds of claims, and the sooner a lawyer can start working on your case, the better the outcome is likely to be for you.

In the Albany, Georgia, area, call Lee | Orlowski, LLC, at 229-431-3036 to learn your rights and start building a plan for moving forward.

What Does Permanent Disability Cover?

Permanent disability benefits pay for a portion of your costs if you suffer a work injury from which you will not be able to recover fully. The amount that you will be able to receive in permanent disability depends on several things, including:

  • The extent to which your injury impairs your ability to perform job-related activities
  • Your age
  • Your occupation
  • Your earnings at the time of your disability

One of our attorneys at Lee | Orlowski, LLC, can also advise family members of their rights in the event that a workplace injury results in a worker fatality.

Get Started With A Free Consultation

Workers' compensation benefits are your right, but you need an experienced attorney to help you navigate the system and procure all the benefits to which you are entitled. Schedule your free initial consultation today by getting in touch online.