The Body Damage Assessment Unit (UVDC) studies the injuries and sequelae suffered by the patient by performing a viability assessment of each case to finally issue an Expert Medical Report. Thus, we will defend your situation throughout both the administrative and legal proceedings, through specialized law firms associated to the Unit.

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Medical-Legal Areas

The BODY DAMAGE ASSESSMENT UNIT (UVDC) encompasses two areas in the medical-legal field:

  1. OCCUPATIONAL AREA, with a MEDICAL-LEGAL ASSESSMENT for PERMANENT DISABILITY programme, whichever type is appropriate.
  2. CIVIL AND PENAL AREA in the case of a TRAFFIC ACCIDENT.

The UVDC provides the patient with a comprehensive medical and hospital assessment programme, including an examination and diagnostic tests, medical expert opinion and defence during administrative and legal proceedings.

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Traffic Accident Area



The Body Damage Assessment Unit studies the injuries and sequelae suffered by the patient in a traffic accident, performing the diagnostic tests and cross-consultations with specialists necessary to issue an Expert Medical Opinion that will defend the patient's compensation situation before the insurance company, and may go to court in the case of nonconformity or disagreement, assisted by our medical and legal team.

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Permanent Disability Area



Permanent Disability is the status that the patient is given when, after undergoing the prescribed treatment and being medically discharged, they present serious anatomical or functional losses, which are expected to be definitive, that decrease or extinguish their ability to work.

The Body Damage Assessment Unit (UVDC) will study the injuries and sequelae that the patient suffers by performing a viability assessment of each case. Thus, we will defend your situation throughout both the administrative and legal proceedings, through specialized law firms associated to the Unit.

Partial Permanent Disability means that the worker presents a decrease of no less than 33% of their normal performance for their usual profession, without preventing them from performing fundamental tasks.

Total Permanent Disability means that the worker is unable to perform all the tasks related to their usual profession or, at least, the tasks that can be considered fundamental. These limitations do not imply that the patient cannot perform another profession.

Absolute Permanent Disability means that the worker is unable to perform all the tasks related to their usual profession or trade. These limitations mean that the patient cannot perform another profession.

Severe Disability is the inability to perform any profession or trade, which also requires the assistance of a third person due to the patient's inability to perform basic daily life activities by themselves.