The risk of a fatal electrical accident is a real one. Wrongful electrical deaths caused by neglect are grounds for legal action. You must pursue justice and do so by hiring an experienced personal injury attorney for proving negligence in a civil court for recovering expenses related to medical treatment, psychological trauma, funeral expenses, etc.
Wrongful death from an electric shock can happen anywhere; vulnerable sections also include infants who can poke metal items and fingers into sockets. This said, the risks are higher for electricians, vehicle operators, and construction site workers. These are people who have to work with high voltage power lines and power tools.
Powerful electric currents surging through a body can incinerate; burns and loss of limbs, in such situations, can be considered acceptable losses.
According to data provided by the U.S Board of Labor Statistics, electric shocks are among the leading causes of fatalities at the workplace.
Alex R. Hernandez Jr. Trial Lawyers PLLC firmly believe that accountability in such cases must be established and justice delivered under Texas law.
Get in touch with us; we will present your case in front of a jury after preparing a strong facts-based case. Our lawyers know all there is to know about electrical codes, and construction-related laws and regulations.
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