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Death Subsidy

Qualification and Benefit Payment Standards

  1. An employee or self-employed worker who has not participated in labor occupational accident insurance in accordance with Article 7, Article 9, Paragraph 1, Subparagraph 1 and Article 10, Paragraph 1 of the Labor Occupational Accident Insurance and Protection Act and dies as a result of an occupational disease after withdrawing from the occupational accident insurance, if his/her suvivors meet as the following, an application may be filed with the insurer to seek death subsidy: ①A  spouse, child. ②Parents. ③ Grandparents. ④ Grandchilds supported by the uninsured person. ⑤ Siblings supported by the uninsured person.
  2. Calculated according to the first level of the labor occupational accident insurance insured salary levels table at the time of death, and a lump-sum amount of 45 months of the insured monthly salary will be distributed.
  3. An employee or self-employed worker who has collected the disability subsidy, the surviving family shall not apply for the death subsidy for the same occupational injury or disease. However, if the amount of the death subsidy is greater than the amount of the disability subsidy, the surviving family may claim the difference between the death subsidy and the disability subsidy received.

Application Procedure

  1. Uninsured Workers In Occupational Accidents Death Subsidy Application Form and Payment Receipt
  2. The death certificate, the prosecutor's autopsy certificate, or the verdict of a death declaration.
  3. A transcript of the overall household registration with the date of death. If the beneficiary is a foster child, the date of adoption and registration shall be stated; if the beneficiary and the deceased are not in the same household registration, each household registration transcript shall be submitted altogether.
  4. If the surviving family is a grandchild or a sibling, the surviving family should attach the relevant documents to prove that they were under the worker who suffered from the occupational disaster.
  5. The name of the entity engaged in labor or employment, the name and address of the employer, the nature and content of the work, and information related to proof of occupational hazards.
  6. For those who suffer from occupational diseases shall submit a certificate of diagnosis for occupational diseases and an occupational history report containing the nature, content, duration and exposure to what kind of operating environment or harmful substances. (If the details of the report have been included in the certificate of diagnosis for occupational disease may be exempted.)

*Those who have received Medical care subsidies or Permanent Disability Subsidy for Uninsured Occupational Accident Workers for the same occupational disease may be exempted from submitting the documents and certificates of above e and f.

Last Update:2022-10-17