Many work-related injuries, such as brain injuries, burns, spinal cord injuries, paralysis, skull fractures, amputations, quadriplegia, and paraplegia, can eventually lead to fatalities.
We will do everything possible to help you and any other survivors of the decedent receive the death benefits you deserve. Individuals who may be entitled to death benefits include children (biological or adopted), spouses, grandchildren, cohabitating partners, parents, stepparents, and in-laws. Don’t worry about financial burden on top of your emotional hardship.
We know that your life has been changed forever as a result of your loss and we will do everything possible to interact with you in a caring and compassionate manner and handle all of the legal work, so you can focus on emotionally healing. We are dedicated to protecting the rights and dignities of surviving family members.
In many situations, you can file not only a workers’ compensation claim but a civil claim as well for the wrongful death. When you turn to the Santa Maria workers' compensation lawyers at Berry, Smith & Bartell, a Professional Law Corporation for help, we will make sure you know all of your options and we will attentively guide you through the entire legal process.