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Seek The Help Of A Permanent and Total Disability Attorney Who Has Won Before

A Permanent and Total Disability Attorney can help tackle this tragic series of events. It’s a chilling phrase and one that you hope never to hear with regard to a loved one or yourself. Unfortunately accidents causing permanent and total disability, or P&T, do occur. Should you or a loved one become affected by such an incident, it’s important to know your legal rights. Your attorney’s ability to properly secure restitution can dramatically affect not only your future but also that of your loved ones. In order to ensure that you receive the compensation that you deserve, it is important to rely upon a seasoned attorney who understands how to protect your rights and benefits. Injury Attorney Jim Brady and his experienced team have been serving Massachusetts for over 29 years and know how to lead you through your P&T case.


    How Do You Know If You Have A Permanent and Total Disability Case?

    If you or a loved one suffer a debilitating workplace injury that is expected to endure for a significant period of time, you may be a candidate for a P&T settlement. Though the standards for what constitute a “permanent and total disability” vary from state to state, they are uniformly high. In many states permanent and total disability may include total paralysis, mental incapacity (as the result of brain trauma), the loss of multiple limbs or the loss of both eyes.

    Should the injuries in question be less severe in nature, you may be a candidate for other disability benefits. 

    By working with your medical and legal teams, you can choose the path that is right for you. Once a trained medical professional has evaluated the severity and likely duration of your injuries, a seasoned legal team such as Attorney Jim Brady and Associates will be able to assist you in choosing the correct course of action with your legal situation. This legal assistance is crucial as disability cases require a tremendous amount of detail and decision making. Should you pursue a lump sum settlement or ongoing disability payments? Are you being asked to forego future medical care expenses as a term of your settlement? Would you be better served settling with the insurance company or taking your case to trial? Qualified legal counsel such as Attorney Jim Brady and Associates are essential as you face these, and other, difficult decisions.


    CLIENT TESTIMONIAL

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    Dear Jim, Thank you so much for all you’ve done for me. It speaks volumes about you as a man and attorney that you kept pushing for me when I wanted to give up. I am so glad you did. Please accept this token of my appreciation for you and your staff. Again, I am forever in debt as you have changed my life. Yours will always be the first name I mention when someone needs an attorney.
    — Full Name Withheld to Honor Our Client’s Identity

    Understanding How To Handle The Legal Ramifications And Insurance Procedures

    Procedures associated with permanent and total disability cases can be very overwhelming, but there’s no reason to approach such difficult circumstances without help. Massachusetts-based Injury Attorney Jim Brady and Associates have the necessary experience and expertise to help you and your family through the trying time that follows in the wake of such an incident. Jim Brady and his team have undertaken numerous cases at the Massachusetts Department of Industrial Accidents as well as the District and Superior Courts of Massachusetts and have helped their clients to recover millions of dollars in damages. At such a trying time, initiating a lawsuit may seem like a daunting task but Attorney Jim Brady and Associates are there to help you every step of the way. So if you or someone you love has suffered permanent and total disability, reach out to Attorney Jim Brady and Associates today to start protecting your future.


    Our Clients Can Expect To Receive

     

    The Critical Legal Support You Need

    Fully Compensated for Your Loss or Injury

    The Peace of Mind You Deserve

    The Maximum Settlement Available

    What is Rightfully Yours


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