Compassionate Help After A Work-Related Death

Losing a loved one is the most difficult experience anyone can go through. When that loss could have been prevented if others had been sufficiently careful, it compounds the grief. If that loved one was a breadwinner for a family, it can create real financial strains that no family should have to face while grieving over such a loss.

Our firm is here to offer compassionate and effective advocacy and guidance after your loss. We can take on your case and the stress of dealing with the details while we build a strong claim that can help you obtain all of the compensation your family deserves for its loss.

Not All Work-Related Deaths Happen At Work

One of the big misconceptions that people have is that for a death to be work-related and therefore able to pursue compensation through the workers' compensation system, the death must have happened at work. This is not the case. There are many types of situations where workers die due to injuries or conditions from work. An example would be exposure to toxic substances such as asbestos, which can cause mesothelioma. Mesothelioma can take decades from the time of exposure to be fatal.

Help From A Former Workers' Compensation Defense Attorney

At the Law Offices of Anthony Choe, we are here to help with any type of fatality that you believe was work-related. Our firm will work hard to build the strongest case for you. We know that for many families, the loss of a loved one and the income they brought in can have a profound impact. Most families in such situations need real help. Further, whatever party caused your loss needs to be held accountable.

Attorney Anthony Choe is a former workers' compensation insurance defense attorney. He spent the first six years of his career defending employers against workers' compensation claims. He uses what he learned in that role to help ensure his clients have the strongest cases.

Workers' Compensation Death Claim Attorney Serving Los Angeles And Throughout Southern California

For those who have lost a loved one because of an on-the-job accident or hazardous work conditions, the Law Offices of Anthony Choe offers experienced help. To schedule a free initial consultation, call 312-445-9111 or contact us online.