My son died in a work accident, was not married and has no dependents. What happens?

If a deceased worker is not married and has no dependents, then workers' compensation will only pay the related medical expenses and burial expenses up to 12 times the statewide average weekly wage.  However, depending upon the circumstances there may be other claims to pursue so a family member should consult with an attorney to find out more information.

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Corey Walker
With 19 years legal experience, Corey has been recognized for his work as an injury attorney.