Permanent Disability

Missouri Permanent Disability

A serious accident can change your life, but an accident that leaves you or a loved one permanently disabled, can impact the entire family.

A permanent disability is a very traumatic situation. In addition to dealing with the accident and injury itself, the disabled person and his or her family is burdened with many types of questions and worries: What sources are available to pay medical bills? What if the home needs remodeling to accommodate the disability?

These are the questions that clients have asked Aaron Sachs & Associates, P.C., P.C. We provide legal support for people permanently disabled from an accident or injury. Aaron Sachs & Associates, P.C. wants to hear from individuals who suffer a permanent disability in Missouri. Often, Missouri permanent disability victims want to discuss their losses for medical bills, lost wages, pain and suffering.

Types of Permanent Disability
Permanent disability can be full 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 whether you or your loved one has a full or partial permanent disability, the accident and injury lawyers at Aaron Sachs & Associates, P.C. may be able to help.

Legal Assistance for Permanent Disability Accidents
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, 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.

Aaron Sachs & Associates, P.C., P.C. represents individuals who suffer from Missouri permanent disability cases. You may be entitled to compensation for medical bills, hospital bills, special equipment, and lost income. In Missouri permanent disability claims arising from an auto accident, you may also be entitled to damages for loss of enjoyment of life, pain and suffering, and other “ human losses” . The only way you can know is if you ask, so call us today.

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Missouri Permanent Disability Lawyers
The Missouri permanent disability attorneys at Aaron Sachs & Associates, P.C., P.C. help people who have been involved in accidents that leaves them temporarily or permanently disabled. The firm handles claims involving Missouri Auto Accidents, Missouri Workers Compensation Disability Claims and Social Security Disability Claims. When talking to a lawyer about whether you might have a permanent disability case in Missouri or southeastern Kansas, be sure to ask if the firm is familiar with Missouri Permanent Disability claims as well as Worker’s Comp and Social Security Disability claims. The choice of an attorney is an important decision, so ask several questions before hiring an attorney.

Missouri Permanent Disability Claims
Permanent Disability cases can be quite complicated. There are many legal issues involved and many factors that may affect compensation in a Missouri permanent disability claim from an auto accident, including the extent that the victim is permanently disabled, how this affects his or her ability to work, whether ongoing medical or other care is needed, what the lifelong consequences of the disability might be, what care might be needed in the future, whether there are others dependent on the disabled person for their support, and what the permanent and lifelong income needs of the disabled individual and/or his or her family will be for the long-term, and what that person’s earning potential might have been if he or she had not become disabled. Other factors to be considered include pain and suffering, loss of enjoyment of life, and whether the cause of the accident involved negligence or fault and perhaps could have or should have been prevented. Several of these factors – and many more – sometimes goes into determining a permanent disability claim.

Types of Missouri Permanent Disability Accidents
Permanent disability can be caused by any number of kinds of accidents 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.
  • Social Security claims where you medical condition prevents you from finding gainful employment.

If you or a family member has been permanently disabled from any type of accident or injury,

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