Death Benefits

In the case of a fatal workplace injury, the surviving spouse and dependent children of the victim may be entitled to death benefits. Such benefits include funeral and burial expenses as well as continued wage loss benefits for dependents. These benefits may be payable not only for a fatal accident, but also in the case of a work-related death resulting from complications of an injury, such as infection and organ failure, and occupational diseases, including toxic exposures leading to cancer or lung failure.


Contact a Philadelphia Workers’ Compensation Benefits Lawyer

Pursuing all the Workers’ Compensation benefits to which you may be entitled can be a complex and intimidating process. This is especially true when you are up against an employer or insurance company that seeks to delay, limit, reduce, prematurely terminate and outright deny your claim. For that reason, you need Pennsylvania workplace injury lawyers who thoroughly understand Workers’ Compensation laws and who are prepared to go up against employers and insurance carriers who know the process well and seek to manipulate it to their advantage.

The best way to protect your rights to all possible Workers’ Compensations benefits under the law is to contact a knowledgeable, experienced workplace accident attorney immediately after you are injured on the job. Conveniently located in Philadelphia, the experienced Pennsylvania and Delaware Workers’ Compensation lawyers of Pearson Koutcher Law, are available to meet with you to review your potential workplace injury claim and the many factors that can influence the amount and type of benefits to which you may be entitled. Contact us today to take the first step toward your successful claim and your recovery of all appropriate Workers’ Compensation benefits due to you under Pennsylvania or Delaware law.

Pearson Koutcher Law
1650 Arch Street
Suite 2501
Philadelphia, PA 19103

(215) 627-0700

Bethlehem Office serving the Lehigh Valley
528 Maple Street,
Bethlehem, PA 18018

(484) 294-4090