Contact an Annapolis Lawyer About Workers' Compensation Death Benefits
If your husband or wife was killed on the job in Maryland, please know first of all that we at Schifanelli & Associates, LLC are sorry for your loss. We have represented a number of family members after fatal workplace accidents, and we know how devastating and disorienting a tragic event like a fatal construction accident can be to a spouse, to children and to the rest of the family.
We are here to help your family obtain the workers' compensation benefits to which you may be entitled. Attorney Schifanelli is also available to evaluate the facts of the accidental injury to determine whether there may be reason to prepare for a third-party liability injury claim or lawsuit as well.
If a non-employee, a party without direct ties to your employer, was involved in the accidental on-the-job injury, you may have a wrongful death claim. A delivery driver, an equipment manufacturer or a subcontractor may be held liable for your loved one's death, above and beyond your workers' compensation death benefits.
Attorney Schifanelli has valuable information to share with you such as the importance of filing within the time allowed under statutes of limitations. Mr. Schifanelli will also help you review other legal matters related to your loved one's death, such as the following:
- Private life insurance
- Administration of wills and trusts
¿Habla español? Bienvenido. Contact Schifanelli & Associates, LLC concerning your loved one's death on the job and your right to compensation through workers' compensation. We offer free initial consultations. You will owe no attorney fees* until and unless we succeed in helping you obtain workers' compensation benefits after the death of your husband, wife, mother or father.
*Clients may be responsible for some costs and expenses