DEATH BENEFITS

If you have a loved one who you believe died because of a work injury, you may be entitled to death benefits.  As with all workers’ comp cases, the death must arise out of and in the course of employment.  The industrial injury must contribute to the death.  It does not need to be the sole cause of the death.  Dependents of the decedent may be eligible to receive the death benefits.  However, not everyone qualifies.  

 

If you have questions about Death Benefits in workers’ comp, call Redula & Redula LLP to make an appointment with an attorney. 

Redula & Redula LLP helps injured workers who live and work in Monterey, San Benito and Santa Cruz counties.  We help injured workers apply for workers’ compensation benefits after work injuries - specific injuries, cumulative trauma (repetitive work injuries), psychiatric injuries, death benefits cases, subsequent injuries benefits trust fund cases (SIBTF), slip and falls, carpal tunnel syndrome.    

 

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This website does not create an attorney-client relationship, nor is it a solicitation to offer legal advice. 

 

 

Redula and Redula LLP is a law firm in California and only represents clients in that state.   

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