Charleston Workers’ Death Benefits Attorney
If you lost a loved one to an on-the-job workplace injury in South Carolina in the last two years, you may be entitled to file a claim for death benefits under workers’ compensation. Any dependant family members who received support from the deceased may be entitled to recover as dependent beneficiaries.
A separate hearing process is held by the South Carolina Workers’ Compensation Commission to determine who are the dependants of the deceased.
At Alan M. Tanenbaum, P.A., we will work to present your claim in the most advantageous way possible. Contact us today to speak with a knowledgeable death benefits lawyer in Charleston.
Who Can Claim Death Benefits In South Carolina?
In addition to the surviving spouse and dependent children, in cases where there are no dependents, Workers’ Compensation Death Benefits may be distributed among partially dependent persons and non-dependent children. If the deceased worker does not have children, death benefits may be payable to the employee’s parents.
While you may have enough to worry about at this moment, a Workers’ Compensation attorney can help you obtain the benefits to which you are entitled. Contact our team at Alan M. Tanenbaum, P.A. We are here for you.
Contact A Charleston Workers’ Compensation Attorney
If you have lost a loved one to a fatal on-the-job or work-related accident in South Carolina, we can help you obtain all benefits to which you have a right. We represent children, spouses, family members or dependents for Workers’ Compensation Death Benefits in Charleston and everywhere throughout the state of South Carolina.