Persons who are unable to work at least three hours a day under the normal conditions of the general labour market for an unforeseeable period of time because of illness or disability are fully incapacitated. Partial incapacity to work means that there is a residual capacity to work. These people can work at least six hours a day, which allows part-time work.
The consequences of a reduction in earning capacity vary from person to person. Depending on the previous position in working life, social decline can be the consequence of a reduction in earning capacity. We can help you in the event of a reduction in earning capacity. From advice to representation in court, we can assert your claims.