Los Angeles Workplace Deaths And Dependent Claims Attorneys

When a family loses a loved one in a work-related accident, words cannot describe the loss. This overwhelming tragedy is difficult as it is, but when a family faces lost income, there is a further layer of angst in an already overwhelming time. Nothing can bring back a loved one, but workers' compensation benefits may provide the compensation to widows, widowers, children and other dependents that can help elevate quality of life in the wake of such tragedies.

Pursuing a workers' compensation death claim can be difficult, particularly if there is a civil wrongful death claim involved. If you are faced with any of these issues, we are prepared to bring more than 80 years' experience to work for you.

Los Angeles County Employee Rights Law Firm

Because our firm has worked on workplace death cases for decades, we understand the devastation they cause and always bring sensitivity and compassion to each case. We will work with you to understand all the issues you are facing and fuse our comprehensive knowledge, experience, commitment and empathy to recover all compensation to which you are entitled. Let us take care of the details while you heal.

We know how difficult it can be to reach out to an attorney following such tragedies, but early and decisive action is extremely important in recovering full compensation and benefits. We strongly encourage you to get in touch - we are here for you.

Schedule a free lawyer consultation with one of our Los Angeles workplace deaths and dependent claims lawyers. The best way to contact us is to call 213-784-2801 or email Rose, Klein & Marias LLP.

Pursuant to Labor Code Section 5432(a), making a false or fraudulent workers' compensation claim is a felony subject to up to 5 years in prison or a fine of up to $50,000 or double the value of the fraud, whichever is greater, or by both imprisonment and fine.