St. Louis Wrongful Death Lawyers
Illinois Missouri Fatal Accident Lawsuit Lawyers
Any work injury needs to be taken seriously, but if a work injury results in death, the devastation that is left behind for family members is indescribable. Spouses and children may be entitled to workers’ compensation benefits to help pay for medical bills and lost wages that would have been paid to those who have passed away. Minor children may receive these benefits until the age of 18, while spouses may be entitled to benefits until death or remarriage.
At Brown & Crouppen, in St. Louis and Southern Illinois, our firm has extensive experience in workers’ compensation cases, including those involving wrongful death. We have helped our clients recover necessary compensation following the death of a loved one and have done so with personal attention and compassion.
Did you know? Do not delay the decision to obtain legal advice and to file a claim for benefits. There are time limits for filing a claim.
Experienced St. Louis Wrongful Death Attorneys
Our firm has handled workers’ compensation wrongful death claims stemming from:
- Construction accidents
- Falls from heights
- Car and auto accidents
- Falling debris
- Industrial accidents
- Defective machinery
We can advise you about your benefits and help you exhaust your options for recovery during the time in which you need them the most.
“My lawyer provided me with an office and cell number which made me feel he was concerned, and I appreciated his availability.” — Shalonda H.
Schedule a Free Initial Consultation to Learn More Information
For more information regarding wrongful death stemming from an on-the-job accident, contact us at Brown & Crouppen and schedule an appointment for a free initial consultation. Call our office as soon as possible at 877-895-9191.