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Benefits For Survivors Of Workplace-Related Death

Many Minnesotans live paycheck-to-paycheck, awaiting the upcoming payday to meet their financial obligations. All types of workplace injuries can have both an emotionally and physically devastating effect. However, when an income-earner passes away, workers’ compensation survivor’s benefits may be at stake.

For more than 26 years, Hipp Carlson Law PLLC has focused exclusively on the legal matters surrounding workplace injuries. Our attorney handles claims related to various types of job-related illnesses and injuries. We have extensive experience resolving disputes about occupational diseases, such as mesothelioma, as well as physical injuries and emotional problems stemming from a traumatic work environment.

Our firm’s referral base gives testament to our lawyer’s dedication and sensitivity in handling workers’ compensation claims throughout Hennepin County. When you need trusted legal representation, you can rely on our experienced counsel to guide you through the process of seeking a favorable result in your case.

Who May Qualify For Survivor Benefits?

In many cases, a surviving spouse and minor children can receive survivor benefits. However, since circumstances vary significantly between situations, we also handle claims involving other relations, such as a:

  • Surviving former spouse
  • Parent
  • Stepchild
  • Grandchild
  • Step grandchild

An adopted child may also qualify to receive survivor’s benefits. The age limit for benefits may not apply to children who have a disability.

Learn More Through A Free Initial Consultation

The number of things that must be addressed after someone’s passing can feel overwhelming. Let our firm’s advocacy help you get the resolution you need.

For answers to your questions, call our Long Lake practice at 877-433-8600. You may also email our firm to schedule a time to explore your legal options.