My doctor says I have a “permanent injury”. What does this mean?

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Personal Injury & Wrongful Death

An injury is permanent if it results in:

A) Significant and permanent loss of a bodily function, or
B) Permanent injury within a reasonable degree of medical probability, other than scarring and disfigurement, or
C) Significant and permanent scarring or disfigurement, or
D) death.


I have engaged Draper Law Offices for three (3) different accidents.  My experience with this firm has been excellent each time, with positive results in my favor.  Charles Draper kept me informed throughout the process of each claim.  He was always available when ever I needed him to answer any questions.
The staff could not have been more courteous and helpful to me.  They never made me feel that I was bothering them (and I called quite a lot, believe me).  After a while they seemed like family.
I certainly would engage Draper Law Office (Charles Draper) if another problem would occur.
My recommendation to other people as to Draper Law Office would be “FIRST” on my list.
They are true and loyal to their clients.
I thank them from the bottom of my heart.