Permanent partial disability definition

Permanent partial disability means permanent disability which is less than total and shall be equal to or the same as permanent impairment;
Permanent partial disability means a bodily injury caused by accidental, external, violent and visible means, which as a direct consequence thereof, disables any part of the limbs or organs of the body of the Insured Person and which falls into one of the categories listed in the Table of Benefits
Permanent partial disability means the condition of an employee who, due to an injury, has a permanent disability rating but retains the ability to work; and

Examples of Permanent partial disability in a sentence

  • Permanent partial disability, temporary total disability in excess of 3 months, resource loss or fire damage from $200,000 but less than $1,000,000.


More Definitions of Permanent partial disability

Permanent partial disability means a permanent disability
Permanent partial disability means permanent disability
Permanent partial disability means a physical condition in which a worker, after reaching maximum medical healing:
Permanent partial disability means a physical condition in which a worker, after reaching maximum
Permanent partial disability means the Insured Person has suffered a Permanent loss of physical function or anatomical loss of use of a body part, substantiated by a diagnosis from a Medical practitioner.
Permanent partial disability means permanent