If you’ve been injured on the job, you may be eligible to receive workers compensation in Orlando. At ARL Attorney, we understand that navigating the rules of workers' compensation can be tricky. In this blog, we will discuss dependency benefits and lifetime benefits so you can make an informed decision about your claim.
Dependency benefits are payments made to the beneficiaries of a deceased worker who was killed on the job or died from a work-related injury or illness. Generally, these payments are made to dependents such as spouses, children, parents, etc., and are designed to provide financial support for those affected by the worker's death. At ARL Attorney, we have experience handling claims involving dependency benefits and can help you determine if you are eligible for them based on your situation.
Lifetime benefits are payments that are provided to severely injured workers who have sustained permanent impairments or disabilities due to a workplace injury or illness. These benefits are meant to provide long-term financial security for those individuals who can no longer work due to their injuries or illnesses. An experienced attorney at ARL Attorney can review your case and explain what type of lifetime benefits may be available for you.
At ARL Attorney, our team is dedicated to helping individuals who have suffered from workplace injuries receive the compensation they need and deserve in order to move forward with their lives. If you’ve been injured on the job and need legal representation regarding workers' compensation in Orlando, don’t hesitate to reach out to us today! We offer free consultations where we can discuss your options and help determine if you’re eligible for any types of dependency or lifetime benefits. Contact us today!