Permanent Disability

Total Permanent Disability (TPD) is a phrase used in the insurance industry and in law. Generally speaking, it means that because of a sickness or injury, a person is unable to work in their own or any occupation for which they are suited by training, education, or experience. An individual or group of individuals can insure themselves against it through a disability insurance policy, as part of a life insurance package or through worker's compensation insurance.
Posts about Permanent Disability
  • St. Louis Automobile Crash Lawyer Explains Traumatic Anosmia

    … Compensation for Traumatic Anosmia Anosmia can lead to a permanent disability. If the injury and the disability have been caused in a car accident, especially due to the negligence of the other driver, the injured party can claim compensation. Since a loss of smell may indicate a brain injury, it increases the leverage of the settlement, entitling…

    St. Louis Car Accident Attorney- 27 readers -
  • Study Reveals New Driving Distraction

    …, head-on collisions, and broadside collisions. If a distracted driver causes injury to anyone else, they may be deemed negligent and may be held liable for any losses suffered by victims. These losses may include: Medical expenses for past and future treatment Lost income and benefits and lost future earning capacity Emotional distress caused…

    Gabriel Levin/ levininjuryfirm.com- 9 readers -
  • How Do I Prove Damages After A Car Accident?

    … for their injuries. Such compensation comes in the form of damages.1 Damages can reimburse car crash victims for the following and more: Past and future medical expenses Past and future lost income and benefits Physical pain and suffering Emotional distress Permanent disability Loss of enjoyment of life Property damage Punitive damages (in certain cases…

    Bruning Legal- 29 readers -
  • Scaffolding Falls & Accidents

    …If you’ve been hurt in a scaffolding fall accident in Dallas-Fort Worth, call 1-800-ATTORNEY for a free consultation! Your legal options after a work injury in Texas are very specific. Depending on the existence of workers’ comp, you may or may not be able to file a lawsuit… Scaffolding provides a means of reaching heights that can’t be reached…

    Sadie Horner/ Rasansky Law Firm- 32 readers -