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Fatal Workplace Accidents

If a family member was killed in a workplace accident, you may be entitled to death benefits under your employer’s Workers’ Compensation insurance coverage. Such benefits can even include funeral and burial expenses, and benefits for dependents. In addition to fatal accidents, work-related deaths also include fatalities resulting from complications of injuries, such as infection and organ failure, and occupational diseases, including toxic exposures leading to cancer or lung failure. Since death may not occur immediately after an accident or injury, it is important to have a skilled attorney, such as the Pennsylvania Workers’ Compensation lawyers of PearsonKoutcher, LLP, who will prove the connection between the on-the-job accident or injury and the subsequent death.

Contact PearsonKoutcher, LLP – Experienced Pennsylvania Workplace Injury Lawyers

At PearsonKoutcher, LLP, our Philadelphia Workers’ Compensation attorneys have extensive experience representing clients injured in all types of workplace accidents and as a result of various on-the-job hazardous conditions. We understand the complexities of medical diagnoses and work hand-in-hand with your medical care providers to properly address your needs and get you the benefits you deserve under the Pennsylvania Workers’ Compensation Act. Call us to today to set up an appointment with one of our knowledgeable lawyers to discuss your rights under your Act.