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Work-related deaths can lead to compensation claims

Workers who are injured at work will sometimes lose their life as a result of the injuries they suffered. This can be a tragedy for the family members who rely on the worker for financial support. We understand how devastating this situation can be.

In Texas, the overwhelming majority of workplace fatalities, around 93 percent, occur in the private sector. Service-providing industries had a slight lead over goods producing industries when it came to the number of fatalities in each.

Each of those cases means that a person who was supposed to come home after their shift never made it. These workers' family members never got a chance to say their goodbyes. In an instant, their lives were changed. That sad fact is something that is going to impact them for the remainder of their lives. We know that living with the sudden and unexpected loss of a loved one is devastating.

It is sometimes possible to seek compensation for the death of a loved one that occurred at work or because of a work-related issue. This could help to cover the final expenses and any medical bills that you had to pay because of the accident. You might also seek compensation for loss of companionship, loss of income, and other damages.

We can help you to explore your options for seeking compensation for your loved one's death. This doesn't have to be something that is very difficult. We can handle the legal work so that you can focus your energy and time on trying to heal after your loved one's death.

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