Guiding Ohio Families Through Wrongful Death Claims
When a person dies on the job, immediate family members may be entitled to benefits through the workers’ compensation system. This includes compensation for lost wages and other expenses associated with the workplace accidental death. These benefits are available to spouses and children regardless of whether or not the death was the result of an act of negligence. However, if the death was the result of negligence, by a third party, the door is open for additional compensation through a wrongful death claim.
At the Philip J. Fulton Law Office, we will handle your workers’ comp death claim. We will thoroughly review your case to see if a wrongful death claim is also an option. We will make certain that no opportunity for compensation is overlooked.
Claims For Unpaid Workers’ Compensation Benefits
If your loved one died while receiving workers’ compensation benefits, the unpaid benefits do not simply disappear. You have the right to collect any benefits that your loved one was owed. With more than 35 years of experience on our side, we know how to carefully analyze your case to see that you get what your loved one was owed.
Claims For Weekly Death Benefits
If your loved one died due to an on-the-job injury or accident, you may be entitled to weekly workers’ compensation benefits. It is important that you act quickly in these situations, because there are strict timelines involved in filing claims. Our lawyers will act fast to get you the benefits that you are entitled to.
Start With A Free Consultation
Our services are available on a contingency fee basis, which means we only ask for payment if we are successful in getting you the benefits you need.