These payments are made if you lose wages due to a work related injury that prevents you from doing your usual job while recovering.


Temporary disability may come in two forms, depending on the severity of the injury. An injured worker can be deemed partially disabled or temporary totally disabled.

Temporary Disability is total when the injured worker is incapable of performing any kind of work. Therefore, if an injured worker is unable to earn any income during the period of recovery from an industrial injury, the injured worker is deemed totally disabled.

On the other hand, if the injured worker is able to perform some work activities, but not full or normal duties,  he will be deemed Temporary Partially Disabled.  If you believe you are owed, or should be owed, either partial disability or total disability, contact our office for a free confidential case evaluation.


Call Us For a Free Confidential Case Evaluation: 1-877-244-6727. You can also email us a brief description of your case and a representative from our firm will contact you.

  • Temporary Partial Disability
  • Temporary Total Disability
  • Permanent Disability Advances

At Lavrac Accident Law, our goal is to provide comprehensive legal assistance to our injured workers from the inception of their claims to settlement. We guarantee that we will represent our clients aggressively in order to help them to obtain the medical treatment and benefits as provided by law and the best settlement possible.