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Survivor(s) Benefits: Workers’ Compensation Lawyers for Kentucky and Ohio

survior benefitsWhen a worker suffers an injury on the job, that is difficult enough to handle. If the injuries are severe enough to cause death, the situation becomes unimaginably worse. If you are the spouse or child of a worker who died in a work-related accident, you may be able to recover some financial compensation to help you through this trying time. We know that you do not want to deal with insurers or the legal system so soon after your loss, so we are ready to do that for you. We will analyze the situation, gather the facts, and build a strong case for the maximum amount of survivor’s benefits available.

Experienced at Getting Our Clients Maximum Survivor(s) Benefits Through Workers’ Comp Insurance

At Lawrence & Associates, we represent surviving spouses and children in workers’ compensation cases involving death. We know that no amount of money could possibly replace what you have lost. We believe, however, that a fair settlement can give you and your family the resources you need to pay expenses and make ends meet as you try to move forward in life.

What Survivor Benefits Are Available in Kentucky?

Kentucky’s Workers’ Compensation system has complex rules set up to pay workers’ compensation benefits to the family of a fatally injured worker. The rules are very specific and our attorneys will explain them to you in detail when you visit our office for your free consultation. Generally, the following people are eligible for benefits:

  • A surviving spouse
  • Minor children of the deceased worker
  • Mentally disabled adult children of the deceased worker
  • The parent of the deceased worker may receive benefits if he or she had no spouse and no children.

The Commonwealth of Kentucky sets minimum and maximum amounts that are available to survivors. These amounts change each year. When you visit us, we will be able to give you an idea of how much you may be able to expect.

What Survivor Benefits Are Available in Ohio?

Ohio’s Workers’ Compensation systems has complex rules set up to pay workers’ compensation benefits to the family of a fatally injured worker. Again, these rules are too detailed to easily condense into a short explanation, but our attorneys will explain them to you in detail when we meet in person. Usually, the following people are eligible for benefits:

  • A surviving spouse
  • Minor children of the deceased worker
  • Mentally disabled adult children of the deceased worker

Ohio sets minimum and maximum amounts that are available to survivors based on the Average Weekly Wage of the deceased. Our attorneys can calculate for you how much you should expect to receive.

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