Nothing is more devastating to a family than the loss of a loved one. Unfortunately, workers are killed on the job or die from work-related injuries and diseases at an alarming rate.
In addition to Pennsylvania Workers’ Compensation benefits for workers’ job-related injuries and illnesses, spouses and dependents are entitled to weekly death benefits and burial expenses if the injury or illness results in death within 300 weeks.
For more than 25 years, Philadelphia Workers’ Compensation lawyers at Borjeson Legal Group have made sure families are compensated for work-related deaths. We swiftly determine whether family members are entitled to weekly Workers’ Compensation benefits, the amount and duration of benefits that should be sought, and the circumstances and facts necessary to support a finding in our client’s favor.
By combining our significant understanding of Pennsylvania’s Workers’ Compensation statute with our extensive experience, we vigorously pursue justice and fair compensation for those who have lost a loved one.
We are sensitive to the emotional devastation endured by families of wrongful death victims and handle these cases in a compassionate, yet professional manner.
Dealing with a loved one’s death can be overwhelming. Count on Philadelphia Workers’ Compensation lawyers at Borjeson Legal Group to handle your death benefits claim and provide peace of mind for your family. We offer a no-risk, free consultation. Call us today to schedule an appointment or contact us online. We can help.
Our PA workers’ comp law offices are conveniently located in Center City, Philadelphia enabling our work injury lawyers to be easily accessible to residents throughout Southeastern Pennsylvania including Berks County, Bucks County, Chester County, Delaware County, Montgomery County, and Philadelphia County.
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