Fatal Workplace Accidents

Fatal Workplace Accidents

If a death occurs in the workplace, the family of the accident’s victim may be entitled to compensation. While the deceased victim will not benefit from the workers’ compensation, the employer may need to compensate the family for trauma, income loss, and a variety of other losses.

If your loved one has passed away because of a workplace incident, it’s essential to seek compensation for your loss. Not doing so can result in unnecessary financial strain, as well as a host of other problems.

If you would like to discuss a fatal workplace accident with an experienced law firm, our team at Lerner, Moore, Silva, Cunningham & Rubel is ready to help. You can reach us today by dialing (909)889-1131 – we offer free consultations to family members with a loved one who has passed away in a fatal workplace accident.

Reasons for Workplace Death Benefits

If a loved one is killed in a workplace accident, you are likely entitled to compensation. This compensation is in place for a wide variety of reasons – both financial and emotional. Let’s explore some of the common reasons that the law provides compensation to the family of an individual that is killed in a workplace accident:

• Lost Future Wages: Future earnings of the deceased can be considered in a claim.

• Lost Benefits: Lost benefits, such as health insurance, may be considered in a claim.

• Funeral Costs: The costs of funeral and burial are a factor that authorities may consider in a claim.

• Mental Anguish: Mental anguish caused by your loss is considered a factor in fatal workplace accident claims.

• Other: There are many other reasons that you may be due compensation. Medical expenses, loss of companionship, and other factors may contribute to compensation.

If you would like more information about the reasons that families are entitled to workplace death benefits, please get in touch with our team at Lerner, Moore, Silva, Cunningham & Rubel. We’re always happy to answer questions about these types of benefits.

Why Choose a Workplace Death Attorney?

In the case of workplace death, you may be wondering: Is it worth hiring an attorney? The world of workplace death compensation can be extremely complex. Using an experienced workers’ compensation attorney to overview your case and help you seek benefits can be extremely useful for individuals with no legal experience.

It is in the interest of your loved one’s employer to reduce the financial payout for any type of workplace death. This means you’ll likely be arguing against a team of lawyers representing the employer.

By working with a law firm, such as Lerner, Moore, Silva, Cunningham & Rubel, you can rest assured that you have experienced workers’ compensation lawyers in your corner. We can help you understand every stage of the claims process.

Contact Us for a Free Fatal Workplace Accident Consultation

There’s no need to delay contacting a workers’ compensation attorney if your loved one has passed away in a workplace incident. At Lerner, Moore, Silva, Cunningham & Rubel, we’re always happy to help our clients seek financial benefits for all types of workers’ compensation incidents.

If you would like to schedule a free consultation with our workers’ compensation attorneys, please dial (909)889-1131.