PPD Benefits

If you are a Connecticut worker who has sustained permanent bodily damage as a result of a work-related injury or illness, you may be entitled to receive permanent partial disability (PPD) benefits. You may also be eligible to receive additional wage differential benefits, subject to the discretion of a workers' compensation commissioner.

How To Qualify For PPD

Once your attending physician determines that you have reached maximum medical improvement, he or she will determine your disability rating. The number of weekly PPD benefits you are entitled to receive depends on the body part that is injured and your doctor's disability rating.

Given the complexity of PPD benefits claims, anyone who sustained permanent bodily damage should immediately consult an experienced workers' compensation lawyer. In New Haven, or elsewhere in Connecticut, you can find the experienced legal representation you require at Gillis Law Firm.

Dedicated Advocates Working For You

Since 1978, our attorneys have obtained workers' compensation benefits for thousands of injured workers. We have extensive experience in PPD benefits claims. We represent clients in initial applications and workers' compensation appeals. In addition to handling PPD claims, we represent clients who have suffered disfigurement and scarring. Perhaps most importantly, Gillis Law Firm represents injury victims on a contingency fee basis: You pay no fees unless we win compensation for you.

Contact Gillis Law Firm

Use our contact form to schedule your free initial consultation, or call us at 866-603-9810. Se habla español. We offer evening and weekend appointments and free parking near our office in downtown New Haven.