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. The exposure must have occurred between March 19, 2020 and July 5, 2020. The employee died as a result.
If this is happened to your family, we want to represent you on a contingency basis. There is no charge to you. Fortunately, Covid deaths are now entitled to worker’s compensation death benefits 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. If this happened to your loved one please contact Nadrich & Cohen 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 “Do I Have A Claim?” form on the right.
When you contact us we will immediately advise you if you have a claim. If you do, we will represent you on a contingency basis and obtain for you the full benefits under California Worker’s Compensation law.
We have offices throughout California and can handle your claim wherever you are in the state.