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Workers' compensation death benefits can help families cope

Regardless of the circumstances surrounding the death, it can be extremely overwhelming when you have to deal with the loss of a loved one. When a loved one dies, there is much more to coping with the death than grieving. For some, there is financial turmoil in addition to the emotional turmoil. Luckily, this is where workers' compensation death benefits in California can come in handy.

If you've lost a loved one due to an on-the-job injury or accident, you need to know that you are going to be okay financially. For many families, only one person in the household works. If that person were to die at work, the family's source of income would also be lost. This can lead to a significant amount of mental anguish, especially when the family has no idea they have the right to death benefits that can help take care of them.

It isn't uncommon for employers and insurance companies to fail to provide families with information regarding death benefits. In the state of California, a family can receive financial compensation for burial expenses as well as a certain amount per dependent. Essentially, a family may be eligible for a payment of as much as $330,000 to help them cope financially with the loss of their loved one.

Death benefits may help the family cover end-of-life expenses and day-to-day living, which can prove to be very helpful if the deceased's earnings were the only household income. Although it is true that no amount of money can bring a loved one back after an on-the-job injury or workplace accident, the money that the family receives can help with the financial burden that has been left in the place of the lost loved one. You deserve to be familiar with any and all benefits that may be available to you and your family following such a tragic workplace accident. You can learn more about workers' compensation death benefits by visiting our website.

Source: attorneybo.com, "Santa Clara County Death Benefits Lawyer", , Sept. 30, 2014

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