What is a 'disabling injury case'?

 

My office is now accepting disabling injury cases. But, you may wonder, "What is a disabling injury case?"

An injury case is any case where an injury occurs due to an automobile crash, 18-wheeler crash, slip-and-fall, workplace injury or other torts.

disabling injury case is any injury case that requires hospitalization and an extended period of treatment or time off from work.

For example, if you are involved in a crash with another vehicle on Hwy 90 in St. Charles Parish and as a result, you have significant back pain, you may have a disabling injury.  If you are hit from behind on River Road and tear your rotator cuff, requiring surgery and physical therapy, you may have a disabling injury.  Let’s say you work on the river and are involved in an incident that causes head trauma – you may have a disabling injury. 

If you or someone you love is in an accident and suffer a disabling personal injury that requires hospitalization and you to miss work, give us a call at Louisiana Disability Law at 985-240-9773.  We have the experience to guide you through this difficult process and advise you on both the injury aspects of your claim and the disability aspects of your claim.

Loyd J. Bourgeois
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