Electrocution Accident Lawyer

If you’re looking for a shock or electrocution accident lawyer, you or someone you love has probably endured trauma recently. High-voltage electrocution injuries can result in long-term health challenges including traumatic brain injuries (TBI), burns, respiratory and lung damage, and muscle and heart damage. In some cases, even a minor electric shock can cause serious injury with long-term consequences. That’s why every shock and electrocution incident must be taken seriously. An electrocution accident lawyer can help you take action and move toward full and fair compensation.

About Electrocution and Shock Injuries

Shock and electrocution injuries can happen anywhere, but most of the time they happen in the workplace, especially construction sites. Construction workers frequently use equipment that may not be appropriately grounded. The risk of serious injury when using this equipment is multiplied when negligent employees or supervisors or dangerous conditions are added to the situation.

Another person’s negligence can be the primary cause in shock and electrocution cases that happen off the construction site as well. For instance, a landlord may manage a wiring project without proper knowledge, training or certification, which can expose renters to the danger of shock or fire because of poor electrical wiring. Other examples include pedestrians who are exposed to power lines or unsafe overhead lighting, or poorly designed appliances. Any of these can cause electrocution or shock injuries.

Legal Action An Electrocution Accident Lawyer Can Help With

Depending on how and where the electrocution injury happened, you may have grounds to hold another person or organization responsible for your injuries or the loss of your loved one.

When you contact Team Green, our shock and electrocution attorneys will work with you to help you determine whether filing a claim is in your best interest and what type or types of compensation you may be eligible to receive, such as reduced quality of life or physical or mental suffering. If you lost a loved one to electrocution, you may have grounds to file a suit to cover funeral costs, the loss of companionship, a lower earning potential, medical expenses, and more.

We will also work with you to assess who might be held responsible for the injuries or loss. Possible liable parties include building or property owners and managers, construction companies, and the distributors or manufacturers of electronics involved in the accident.

These factors and more affect how much compensation you could receive. When you choose to work with Team Green, our Indiana electrocution and shock injury lawyers will conduct a thorough investigation of your case to come alongside you to fight for full and fair compensation for your losses.

You have enough to take care of. Let us use our experience to fight for you. Call us today.

Team Green is a different kind of law firm. We’re not going to make you promises we can’t deliver on. This is our promise to you: ​​we will guide you through the legal process, working with you through straight talk and personal attention, and we’ll work for you with smart, aggressive representation to get the settlement or judgment you deserve. Other lawyers show their case results on their websites, but not only does that imply results they can’t guarantee — it’s against the Indiana Rules of Professional Conduct (Rule 7.1 [2] (2)).  But you should know that the results of one successful case does not tell us what will happen with you. We will work with you to set realistic expectations of the timeline and money that could be recovered for your unique case.

Frequently Asked Questions for Shock & Electrocution Lawyers

If the person is still in contact with the electrical current, you should not touch them and make sure you stay away from high voltage wires until the power has been disconnected. Do not move the person who has been shocked unless he or she is in immediate danger. Seek immediate evaluation by a medical professional.

Electric shock can cause burns or severe injuries, but each person will respond differently based on a number of factors including their overall health, the type of electric current they are exposed to, the voltage, how the electricity travels through the body, and how quickly they are treated.

A few of the most common physical reactions to electrocution or shock injuries are hearing loss, cognitive ability loss, spine injury, burns, broken bones, respiratory and renal failure, organ damage, cardiac arrest, and permanent heart damage.

Medical professionals typically perform a complete physical exam to diagnose injuries from electric shock or electrocution. This includes cardiovascular and kidney activity, as well as neurological conditions. Neurological conditions in particular can change rapidly, so it requires close observation and may also require imaging and/or diagnostic tests.