Stratford Workplace Fatal Accident Lawyer
Compassionate Representation For Fatal Work Accidents
Unexpectedly losing a loved one in a work-related accident is devastating. So many worries run through your mind as you grieve the loss of your husband, wife, mother or father. Although nothing can make up for what has taken place, workers’ compensation law provides monetary compensation for widows, widowers and children.
At Morizio Law Firm, P.C., in Bridgeport/Stratford, Connecticut, we provide significant experience in the area of workers’ compensation. We know the law and how it applies to dependents.
Let our legal team, including two board-certified workers’ compensation specialists, handle the legalities during this difficult time while you focus on moving forward. Contact us to arrange a free consultation with an experienced Stratford workers’ compensation lawyer.
Benefits For Dependents
In cases of an on-the-job injury leading to death, time is of the essence when filing a notice of claim. As difficult as it may be to think about speaking with a lawyer during these challenging times, waiting may make it impossible to collect the financial benefits you deserve.
Depending on specific circumstances, widows and widowers may be entitled to benefits for the remainder of their lives or until they remarry. Children up to a certain age may also qualify for financial benefits.
We have the resources to investigate any type of death injury case and secure the benefits survivors need. The attorneys at our firm can handle cases for the dependents of those killed in a variety of work situations, including:
- Crane accidents
- Scaffolding collapses
- Motor vehicle accidents
- Helicopter accidents
- Machine accidents
- Highway maintenance workers hit by oncoming traffic
Death Of A Firefighter, Police Officer Or Corrections Officer
Working to protect the communities we live in is stressful. Many firefighters and peace officers suffer from stress-related heart disease and hypertension. A heart attack or stroke caused by work-related strain is, unfortunately, not uncommon. The law provides special statutes to protect the dependents of these individuals. Claims may not require as much proof as those in other categories.
Get Compensation Following Your Loved One’s Death
Losing a loved one is never easy, but life for you must go on. Let us help you secure the workers’ compensation benefits you deserve. We provide compassion as well as aggressive representation. Contact us at 475-338-3505 or through email to arrange a no-cost, no-obligation consultation.