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Get The Help You Need Through A Permanent Total Disability (PTD) Benefits Lawyer

Last updated on June 4, 2024

Workplace injuries often resolve with time – but not always. A permanent total disability (PTD) is always possible. PTDs are life-changing events that mean that a worker will likely never return to full capacity at their former occupation or may not be able to work at all.

At The Law Office of Gretchen Hall, attorney Gretchen Hall understands the struggles of a PTD and wants to help ensure you receive the help you need to continue living a fulfilling life. Our St. Paul office can help clients here in the Twin Cities and throughout Minnesota.

What Does It Mean To Have A Permanent Total Disability?

A permanent total disability is a condition that leaves an employee entirely unable to work for the foreseeable future due to their injuries at work. There is a wide range of PTDs, including paralysis, traumatic brain injury, limb loss, sensory loss and severe burns.

Workers suffering from PTDs often have to receive help from others or equipment because of lingering health issues. Attorney Hall works hard to get our clients’ workers’ compensation benefits to cover their medical care and other needs.

What Are Your Options For A Permanent Total Disability?

Employees who have suffered from a permanent total disability in Minnesota can receive benefits through a workers’ compensation claim. These benefits can provide workers with wage-loss benefits equal to two-thirds of their gross weekly wages before their accident, subject to a statewide average wage cap. Workers can also apply for medical care and Social Security Disability benefits. At The Law Office of Gretchen Hall, we can help injured workers receive maximum compensation for their losses.

Get The Answers You Need

When you are suffering from a permanent total disability after a workplace injury, there are very few options that can help you receive the care you need unless you seek workers’ compensation. If you are ready to bring a workers’ compensation claim, you can call The Law Office of Gretchen Hall compensation claim law office at 651-371-6008 or email our firm online to schedule a free consultation with attorney Hall.