Electrocution Accidents

Electrocution Accidents

Electrocution accidents unfortunately are not uncommon at construction sites and other workplaces. Around 400 people die in the  U.S.A every year due to electrocution accidents at construction sites. Electrocution accidents occur when metal equipment or heavy moving machinery comes into contact with power lines. Poor installation and maintenance of electrical equipment can also cause electrocution accidents. According to the Occupational and Safety Administration(OSHA), around 350 construction workers are fatally electrocuted on job sites each year.

Seek the Legal Representation of a Skilled Personal Injury Lawyer

The injuries that result from electrocution include burns, neurological damage, muscle and tissue damage, paralysis, heart attacks and sometimes even death of the victim. If you were electrocuted and have been suffering severe injuries due to the negligence of your contractor or the owner of the property, you can recover compensation for the medical bills and lost wages you have suffered. Hire a skilled personal injury lawyer who can work to recover full compensation for the injuries suffered.

Contact Rockland Injury Lawyers for Expert Legal Counsel for Your Personal Injury Case

Rockland Injury Lawyers have over 50 years of experience in representing personal injury victims and can help you with your electrocution personal injury claim. Call 845-709-8005 / 800-940-1799 for a free consultation with Rockland Injury Lawyers.

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