Workers’ Compensation Permanent Total Disability in Minnesota
A permanent total disability is a disability that completely and permanently prevents you from returning to work. Permanent total disability (PTD) benefits are a weekly benefit equal to two-thirds of the wages you were earning prior to your accident. You are entitled to receive PTD benefits until you reach age 67. While PTD benefits are a weekly benefit, PTD claims may also result in a lump-sum settlement. To speak with an experienced workers’ compensation lawyer about your right to PTD benefits or other wage loss benefits, contact Midwest Disability Work Comp, in Coon Rapids. We understand that you may have many questions about your legal rights and options. We offer a free consultation and case evaluation.
Other Wage Loss Benefits
PTD benefits are just one example of the benefits available to you under Minnesota law. Visit any of the following pages on our site to learn more about wage loss benefits:
- Wage loss benefits
- Temporary partial disability (TPD) benefits
- Permanent partial disability (PPD) benefits
- Temporary total disability (TTD) benefits
Let us put our experience to work for you. Contacting an attorney as soon as possible after a work accident is the best way to ensure the protection of your rights. As a client of Midwest Disability Work Comp, you will have a strong advocate on your side while pursuing the workers’ comp benefits that you need.
Contact A Minnesota PTD Claim Lawyer
From our offices in Minneapolis, our experienced permanent total disability lawyers represent clients throughout Minnesota. We offer a free consultation and charge no fees unless we obtain compensation for you.