The death of a loved one at work can be devastating both emotionally and financially. And it can be especially painful when that death could have been prevented.
If your loved one has passed away due to a preventable accident or intentional harm at work, speak with the team at Monast Law Office. We’re here to help you seek justice and fair compensation for your loss and will do everything we can to make your life a little easier at this difficult time.
Available Compensation for a Death at Work
When a loved one falls victim to a fatal on-the-job injury, survivors can be entitled to Ohio workers’ compensation benefits. It’s important to act quickly to meet compensation claim and other deadlines so that you’re eligible for lost wage compensation and all other benefits available to you and your family.
Can I File a Death at Work Claim on My Own?
Immediate family members of those who have died in factory accidents, construction accidents, and other fatal accidents can claim Ohio workers’ compensation without legal representation. However, the assistance of an experienced attorney can reduce the chances of being denied compensation and benefits. If you’ve already been denied benefits or suspect safety violations or other employer negligence in the death at work of your loved one, your best course of action is to get qualified legal help. Attorney James Monast is board-certified in Ohio workers’ compensation law. He is an authority on winning workers’ comp cases, and work-related wrongful death cases. Whether your loved one’s death at work was due to circumstances beyond control or willful negligence, he knows what it takes to present the strongest possible Ohio workers’ compensation or wrongful death claim on your behalf.
Get Board-Certified Legal Representation for Your Death at Work Claim
If your loved one has died in a workplace accident, call Monast Law Office for a free, no-obligation consultation with board-certified Ohio workers’ compensation specialist James Monast. We’ll review your case thoroughly and advise you on the best course of action to get the death at work compensation and benefits to which you may be entitled.