Permanent Partial Disability in Workers’ Comp
The term Permanent partial disability “PPD” means you have an impairment that is still present after recovering from a workplace injury or illness.
PPD, (permanent partial disability) claims are among the most common types of workers’ compensation claims filed in North Carolina. Permanent partial disability is caused by a work-related accident causing an injury or an occupational disease. Permanent partial disability
Common PPD Injuries
PPD can happen due to a large number of medical conditions resulting from your workers’ compensation injury. Below is a list of the more common ones.
- Back Injury
- Knee Injury
- Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
- Amputation of a Limb
- Nerve Damage
- Hearing or Vision Loss
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