Wrongful Death and Fatal Injuries

Minnesota Workers’ Compensation Attorney

It is devastating when a family member is killed in a workplace accident. The fact that you could recover death benefits through workers’ compensation is not much consolation, but it does relieve the financial impact that the unexpected death caused. When you relieve the financial impact, you worry less about financial matters and can focus more on proper grieving and moving forward.

If you have lost a loved one in a work-related accident, it is important that you explore your options so you can take steps toward recovering from this emotionally challenging period in your life. At the Law Office of Joshua Borken, you can receive the help you need in taking advantage of workers’ comp death benefits. With an experienced St. Paul workers’ comp attorney by your side, you can get results.

Helping Families Of Fatal Workplace Accident Victims

Fatal injuries can occur in practically any occupation. However, construction workers, factory workers, law enforcement officers, and those that must take great risks on the job are at a higher risk of falling victim to a fatal accident. The types of accidents include machinery mishaps, vehicle crashes, heavy equipment accidents, falls, explosions, fires, and electrocutions.

Recovering Compensation Through Workers’ Comp

While injured workers can receive workers’ compensation benefits, the survivors of workers killed on the job can too. When the worker died from an injury or illness, the family may be able to obtain compensation days, weeks, months, or years after the accident.

However, the insurance companies tend to challenge these claims. Fortunately, your St. Paul workers’ comp attorney is skilled at showing there is a connection between the work accident or illness and the death of the worker.

Benefits That Help You Move Forward

Those entitled to benefits include the spouse, children, or any other dependents of the worker. The monetary portion of the benefits pays a portion of the workers’ wages. This wage replacement is designed to pay the family while they work to get on their feet without their loved one’s income.

When you hire Joshua Borken to help you obtain your benefits, he works hard and is willing to take the matter as far as it has to go so you can obtain the compensation you deserve. He has helped clients throughout the St. Paul and as far as the Hibbing area win their claims and move on with their lives.

Contact A St. Paul Workers’ Comp Attorney

Losing a loved one due to a workplace accident is extremely devastating. The accident resulted in an unexpected death, causing a great deal of grief and confusion. The financial impact can also take its toll, which is why Minnesota law allows families of deceased workers to claim a death benefit through workers’ compensation. However, the benefit isn’t always easy to obtain, especially without the help of a qualified attorney. At the Law Office of Joshua Borken, you can get the legal help you need to recover the compensation you deserve. To learn more about your rights and options, call today at (651) 505-3580 to schedule a free consultation.