Negligence and Permanent Disability
Debilitating injuries affect more than just your health: they can restrict your ability to do your job, leading to lost wages and rising medical bills. If you have been injured because of someone’s negligent or irresponsible behavior, you may be able to seek compensation for the suffering you have endured.
Permanent disabilities affect your ability to carry out your job. While some injuries can result in only a limited time away from work, the effects of a permanent disability endure. Some disabilities may only affect your specific line of work, but others can make any kind of task difficult. If you have suffered a permanently disabling injury, you may be unable to continue your previous job.
There are numerous services that can help you find alternative job training and employers who will work with you. By finding a new job that works around your disability, you can regain your independence. Unfortunately, without compensation from those whose negligence led to your injury, the effects of a serious disability on your lifestyle may linger, potentially leading to a future of financial turmoil.
Your serious injury may have resulted in thousands of dollars in medical bills and a lost job, but the person responsible may have escaped the consequences only for the time being. By taking him or her to court, you can restore justice and find relief from your medical bills and other injury-related costs.
If you have sustained a permanent debilitating injury because of someone’s negligence, you may be entitled to compensation for your lost wages, medical bills, and suffering. To discuss your case with a compassionate Kankakee personal injury lawyer, contact Spiros Law, P.C., today at (815) 929-9292.