Workplace Accident Death Claims

While South Carolina’s federal and state legislation requires that employers provide a safe and healthy work environment for employees, accidents continue to happen. This is despite efforts from the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) to conduct routine inspections of businesses and their properties. Thus, if an employee is involved in a workplace accident and dies as a result, families may pursue a workplace accident death claim through Workers’ Compensation or other applicable laws.

If your loved one is killed on an jobsite in Charleston, West Ashley, James Island, or anywhere else in South Carolina or Georgia, the Taylor Anderson Law Firm can be trusted to evaluate your case. The death of a loved one is a trying time but families should take steps to receive the compensation they are entitled to. With knowledge and insight into workplace accidents, personal injury and wrongful death, Taylor Anderson is best positioned to help families obtain justice and fair compensation following the unexpected death of a family member on the job.

To discuss the details of your loved one’s death and potential claim, contact the Taylor Anderson Law Firm today for a free evaluation.

Contact the Taylor Anderson Law Firm If Your Loved One Has Died In A Workplace Accident

Without question, the untimely death of a loved one on the job creates a tremendous burden on unsuspecting family members and friends as they experience emotional anguish, as well as stress and worry over finances and other obligations. This is especially true when the deceased family member was the chief provider for the family. This is why it’s important to contact a workplace accident death claims attorney if your loved one has died at their workplace. At the Taylor Anderson Law Firm in Charleston, we understand that we cannot take away the pain of losing a loved one. Yet, we can fight for justice on their behalf, and we can pursue compensation for your family to cover the many costs associated with their death. We will also work to ensure that your future is stable and secure as you move forward.

While the right to recover compensation hinges upon who was involved and the circumstances surrounding an employee’s death, Taylor Anderson is well positioned to determine the appropriate course of action. While workers’ compensation claims often provide death benefits for funeral expenses and weekly benefits for beneficiaries, there are instances where a third-party claim may be pursued as well. Whatever the case, Taylor is committed to holding liable parties accountable.

For trusted legal insight into your loved one’s workplace accident and death, contact the Taylor Anderson Law Firm today. As always, your evaluation is free of charge.