Did You Lose A Loved One In A Fatal Work Accident? We Are Here To Help.

With the Philadelphia area being so populated and with so many businesses and industries it is a good place to live and work. Delaware County, which is just south of Philadelphia, offers many professional, office setting jobs as well as many occupations that are very labor intensive. Labor intensive jobs and industries such as construction jobs, manufacturing plant jobs, occupations involving operating heavy machinery and tools have a high risk of a work related accident. In addition, these jobs also offer a higher risk of a work related death or fatal job site accident.

Workplace Accidents That Can Result In Accidental Death

Common workplace accidents and work related accidents that can take the life of a loved one are:

Machine Accidents

Workplace Fall Accidents

Ladder Falls

Scaffold Accidents

Burns

Explosions

Work Related Auto Accidents

Crushing Injuries

Accidents Injuring The Central Nervous System (CNS)

Families May Be Entitled To Accidental Death Benefits

If an employee or worker is killed in the workplace or while performing a work related activity their immediate family and dependents may be eligible for compensation and various benefits. The deceased workers' employer and or their insurance carrier may be legally responsible for funeral expenses. A Media PA Workplace Death Lawyer will determine what compensation and or benefits you may be entitled to.

Contact Our Firm To Learn More About Your Rights. Consultations Are Free.

If you have lost a loved one in a Delaware County Fatal Work Accident working with a Media Pennsylvania Workers Compensation Attorney may not be the first thing you want to do. However, depending on the nature of the accident you and your family may be entitled to benefits and financial compensation under Pennsylvania Workers Compensation law. Call The Law Office of Deborah M. Truscello at 610-228-4376 to discuss filing a Pennsylvania Work Related Death claim. You can also email the firm here.