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Permanent Total Disability Benefits and Making a Claim

Denver workers’ compensation lawyer Cliff Eley of the Eley Law Firm talks about Permanent Total Disability benefits. In order to receive permanent total disability benefits you have to be found to be unable to make any wages what so ever. The administrative law judge has broad discretion in deciding if someone can return to work and earn any wages or not. Watch this video to learn about how an administrative law judge determines whether an injured worker is permanently totally disabled.

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One Response to "Permanent Total Disability Benefits and Making a Claim"

  1. stonevrscx says:
    so,I should look for a job and keep records of my rejections to show the judge, I have back pain but no money to go to doctor, and plate in my leg from motercycle wreck. I use a cane to walk. 2 monthes i lose electricty.

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