Workers' Compensation Death Benefits in California
In the State of California, workers' compensation provides death benefits to surviving family members if a loved one has passed away as a result of a work-related injury or illness. These payments can be made to a spouse, children, or other dependents of the deceased individual. Because the victim is deceased, one of the surviving members of their family or representative must bring about the claim.
When a death is involved, workers' compensation can cover:
- Funeral and burial expenses
- Death benefits
The purpose of the death benefits in workers' compensation is to offer compensation for the loss of financial support that their loved one would have provided. The benefits will vary depending on how many dependents of the deceased there are and whether or not they are partial dependents.
You can find out what to expect by contacting our Orange County workers' compensation lawyers at Alvandi Law Group, P.C.
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At Alvandi Law Group, P.C., we understand what a difficult time loved ones are going through as they grieve the loss of a family member. Filing for workers' compensation may be the last thing on their mind. Not to mention, the process may appear complex and confusing, and few want to add even more stress to their lives. Fortunately, our team of experienced lawyers is well-equipped to handle any type of workers' compensation death benefits claims.
We are here to offer you our compassionate and supportive services during this difficult time in your life. You don't have to worry about a thing because we will handle all the details for you. We have recovered millions of dollars for our clients and are ready to take on your case.
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