An electrocution accident often results in severe injuries, including external and internal burns, heart damage, lung trauma, brain and neuropathy damage, scarring, and many others, as well as wrongful death. In addition to the initial injury, electrical accidents often result in disfigurement and long-lasting, if not permanent pain and disability.
Electrical injury accidents can occur for many reasons and be on public or private property. They may also occur while you’re on the job. These issues raise complex and important legal issues, that may include navigating the Government Torts Claim Act and the Workers Compensation system.
Electrical injuries can result from someone’s negligence, a defective product, or a dangerous condition of property. Determining the at-fault party or parties can be very difficult and mandates that a skilled and experienced electrocution injury lawyer file an electrocution lawsuit to fight for the justice and compensation you deserve. Theories of recovery will likely include negligence, premises liability, and/or product liability, and potentially others.
If you or a loved one has suffered an electrocution injury or wrongful death, it is important to secure your financial needs so you can focus on getting the medical treatment and therapy necessary to heal. This is why having a powerhouse law firm in your corner with 30 years of experience is necessary so you can rest assured your needs will be looked after. Serious injuries demand a serious electrical injury law firm to champion your rights and to navigate the complexities of these cases.
If you or a loved one has been the victim of an electrical injury, you need a firm with the resources, staff, reputation, and legal team to secure evidence and witnesses, run pointed investigations, and obtain the proper experts to analyze and reconstruct your accident. Our team of aggressive and renowned electrocution injury lawyers stands at the ready to fight for you. If there is no recovery, there is no fee! Please do not hesitate to call us for a free consultation at 800-818-1818.