Compassionate Help After A Workplace Death
Losing a loved one is extremely difficult. If the person you lost was the primary wage earner, you can be further troubled by the loss of his or her salary. Certain family members who were financially dependent on the deceased worker — such as spouses and children — may be able to file a claim to collect benefits. To fully understand your rights, talk to The Law Office of Bryan S. Hawkins.
Did Your Spouse Die From A Fatal Occupational Injury?
At The Law Office of Bryan S. Hawkins, our caring Georgia workers’ compensation attorneys, go above and beyond to help you feel comfortable and cared for. We know you and your children have just experienced a devastating loss. We will provide you and your kids with the personalized and compassionate service you truly deserve during this difficult time.
Who Can Collect Death Benefits in Georgia?
The criteria for who is able to collect benefits are extremely complex. By working with our law firm, you can be confident that you will fully understand your rights. Generally, we work with spouses and children.
As a surviving spouse, you may be able to collect workers’ compensation death benefits for the remainder of your life, unless you remarry. Children can collect death benefits up through college. Parents or grandparents of the deceased worker may be able to collect benefits if they were living with the worker.
As our client, you will work directly with an experienced and dedicated attorney on every aspect of your case. We provide the attentive legal care you need to secure full compensation for your losses.
Contact Us Now For A Free Case Evaluation
To learn whether you are entitled to death benefits through workers’ compensation, please call for a free initial consultation with a lawyer. Call our Augusta office at 706-305-1130. You may also contact us online. We promptly respond to phone calls and emails.