Workers' Comp Death Benefits Exist for Those Who Lost Spouses Due to the Workplace
Death leaves a heartache no one and no amount of money can heal. The situation is made no easier by knowing that your spouse's job or your parent's job caused his or her death. Many of your concerns, such as how you are going to pay your bills, can be alleviated through workers' compensation death benefits.
At Crossman Law Offices, P.C., we focus our efforts on providing personalized attention and dedicated legal services to individuals who have lost loved ones due to workplace accidents. For more than 60 years combined, our Phoenix workers' compensation death benefits lawyers have helped individuals just like you through the workers' comp claim process. We know what it takes to file a successful claim and we know how to fight when we believe claims have been unjustly denied or stopped.
Contact our Arizona workers' comp law firm by calling 888-841-1197 for a FREE PHONE CONSULTATION. We can answer your questions and help you understand if you are eligible for workers' compensation death benefits.
We Can Help You Determine if You Have a Workers' Comp Death Benefits Claim
Our Arizona State Bar Board Certified Workers' Compensation attorneys have represented many, many spouses through the workers' comp death claim filing process. Even if you do not know absolutely that the workplace had anything to do with your spouse's passing, reach out to us. The law provides that in some circumstances, even if the cause of the death is uncertain, the workers' compensation insurance will still have to pay you benefits.
Workers' Compensation Death Benefits Cover Many Expenses
After the death of a loved one, the last thing you should have to worry about is how you will pay your bills or cover all the costs associated with your spouse's passing. Under Arizona's workers' compensation system, your right to survivor's benefits not only includes monthly checks for as long as you remain unmarried, but they also provide for funeral expenses. Your children may also be entitled to workers' compensation death benefits up to a certain age. Call us to learn more.
Contact One of Our Gila County Widow's Benefits Lawyers
If you have found yourself in this situation, you know what true sadness feels like. While you may be trying to fight your way just to wake up in the morning, you may also be required to fight for the workers' compensation death benefits to which you are entitled.Contact our law firm at 888-841-1197 for a FREE PHONE CONSULTATION with one of our lawyers. If you aren't able to call yourself, ask someone to call us for you. We are here to help.