permanent disability

Definition of "permanent disability"
  1. A lasting physical or mental impairment that indefinitely affects a person's ability to conduct their regular duties or activities prior to an accident or severe illness
How to use "permanent disability" in a sentence
  1. His back injury from the construction site accident resulted in permanent disability.
  2. Following the diagnosis of a severe mental illness, she was deemed to have a permanent disability.
  3. The severe car accident resulted in a permanent disability, restricting his capability to work as before.

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