Electrical injuries can have terrible repercussions and cause some very severe injuries. Unfortunately, electrical shocks are some of the leading on-the-job injuries and can cause a great deal of damage to your body, even death. Electrocution has caused hundreds of deaths in the U.S. every year, especially in the workplace.
These injuries can be crippling, which is why you should seek compensation right away. The sooner that you seek legal representation, the stronger you can make your claim.
Common Causes of Electrical Shocks
Accidents involving electricity can be caused by any number reasons, from improper wiring to equipment malfunctions. This makes obtaining a successful outcome for your claim even more complicated. You will need an injury attorney on your side who knows how to prove fault and gather evidence to create an effective claim. Our firm is here to help you do exactly that. Let us review your case and determine the cause and responsible party!
We can represent clients suffering injuries due to:
- Unsafe workplace environment
- Contact with power lines
- Poorly installed or repaired equipment
- Sub-par wiring
- Construction accident
- Safety regulation violations
- Lack of warnings on equipment
Electrical injuries can have long-lasting effects. You may sustain damage to your nerves or endure serious burns. In the most severe causes, electrocution can occur. If this has happened to you or a loved one, call an experienced West Virginia personal injury attorney immediately to begin forming your claim against the negligent party.
Why should you call Hartley Law Group, PLLC?
We have always been focused on putting our clients first. We devote our practice to personal injury cases because we believe that no one should have to suffer due to someone else's negligence. You and your family are facing a difficult road ahead and you need all the support that you can get. That is why we are here to help. Our team has backgrounds in science, medicine, and legal studies, which gives us far greater insight for handling personal injury cases compared to other firms.