Whether you are an electrician, cable installer, construction worker, or have another profession that involves wiring, you may be at a higher risk for an electrical injury. There are multiple ways that one can be electrocuted at work. A few examples of contributing factors include:
*Overloaded or damaged circuits
*Frayed electrical cords
*Damaged power lines
*Electrical wiring issues
Regardless of how your injury at work occurred, if you were electrocuted, it is imperative that you seek legal counsel. Electrocution injuries can result in severe burns, cardiac arrest, nerve damage, difficulty breathing, hearing or vision loss, and possibly much worse if you were thrown or fell due to the electrocution incident.
At Shankle Law Firm, your initial consultation is completely free. We encourage you to contact us at 704-370-1212 so that you can go over the specifics of your case with the owner / attorney, Maggie Shankle directly! Maggie is a Board-Certified Workers’ Compensation Specialist, which is the highest ranking you can receive in the practice of Workers’ Compensation. Call us today and get the experience, care and compassion you need and deserve.