Nadrich & Cohen is vigorously representing the loved ones of California employees who contracted COVID-19 on the job and died. We are handling COVID-19 work-related cases illnesses which lead to death. We are seeking worker’s compensation death benefits for employees’ families.
The cases we accept are as follows: an employee must have been diagnosed with COVID-19 or tested positive for it within 14 days after performing work for the employer, at the employers location and the employee died as a result.
If this is happened to a member of your family, we want to represent you on a contingency basis. There is no charge to you. Workers’ compensation death benefits are available under a new order signed by Governor Newsom on May 5, 2020. Because of that order we intend on obtaining full benefits for our clients including death benefits.
Contact Nadrich & Cohen Accident Injury Lawyers today for help. We will represent you. Call today at 1-800-718-4658 or use the live chat feature on this page or complete the contact form on this page.
High Risk Occupations For Contracting COVID-19
- First responders
- Police officers
- Healthcare workers
- Nursing home & senior living staff
- Grocery and convenience store personnel
- Warehouse workers
- Probation officers
- Prison guards
- Parole officers
- Bus and transportation workers
- Delivery drivers
High Risk Employees
Certain employees with pre-existing medical conditions are at increased risk for dying from COVID. Some of these health conditions include:
- High blood pressure
- And other serious underlying conditions
COVID-19 Workplace Death Lawyers
Employers have always been bound by morals and the law to provide their employees with safe workplaces, even before the COVID-19 pandemic. Employers must be held responsible when they put employees in danger of contracting COVID-19 by violating health ordinances, safety ordinances or employment law. The experienced personal injury lawyers at Nadrich & Cohen have been holding companies responsible for unsafe conditions for over three decades.
California employers have several responsibilities regarding COVID-19. Employers must disclose to employees when their co-workers have COVID-19 symptoms or test positive for COVID-19. Employers must take steps to protect their employees from COVID-19, such as providing masks and performing regular surface sanitization. Violations of these responsibilities are possible grounds for COVID-19 lawsuits in California.
Cal/OSHA has specific COVID-19 workplace guidelines, including:
- Limits on how many people can be in a building at once
- Making sure workers and customers are socially distanced
- Making sure workplace surfaces are sanitized by an approved solution
- Making sure stronger hand-washing and sanitization standards are implemented compared with pre-pandemic standards
- Not letting workers who test positive for COVID-19 show up to work-related
- Staying vigilant for the symptoms and signs of COVID-19
- Making sure all employees are trained on COVID-19 protocols
Call us today for a free consultation if you’ve lost a loved one due to COVID-19 and believe your loved one contracted COVID-19 due to a violation of any of the above guidelines.
COVID Claim Denied?
Even if your COVID claim was denied, contact Nadrich & Cohen Accident Injury Lawyers today for a free case review. Just because your claim was denied that does not mean that you are ineligible to receive compensation. Contact the skilled employment attorneys at our office to review your claim. We will discuss your case and advise you of your right to compensation.
Remember, employers and insurance companies try to limit their liability in order to avoid paying workers and their families full benefits owed under the law. Our skilled legal team will investigate the claim and determine your rights. Call 1-800-718-4658 today for a free case review, if your California COVID claim was denied.
Act today. We have offices throughout California and can handle your claim wherever you are in the state.