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Losing a limb after a work accident severely impacts a person’s life and any ability he or she has to work in the future. Workers’ compensation may apply in situations where a victim of a workplace accident suffers from such a catastrophic injury, though you will need to qualify for long-term workers’ compensation, which is known as permanent and total disability.

An experienced Illinois workers’ compensation lawyer can advocate for your rights and the workers’ compensation payments you deserve after an amputation or other qualifying injury.

Qualifications for Permanent and Total Disability

Under the Illinois Workers’ Compensation Act

Continue Reading Does an Amputation Qualify for Long-Term Workers’ Compensation?