Construction Workers Are at Increased Risk for Electrical Accidents
A study conducted by the Electrical Safety Foundation International shows that the construction industry has long had the highest number of electrical accident fatalities. Despite some improvement in this area in recent years, construction workers still face considerable risk for electric shock injuries and electrocution. If you or someone you know has been seriously injured through someone else’s negligence, put our significant power and resources to work. Contact us now, and see what Bernheim Dolinsky Kelley can do for you
Recovery can be a Long and Expensive Road
Electric shock patients may face a difficult recovery period that requires care from specialists. They may be temporarily or permanently unable to return to work. Injury victims and their families will need compensation for medical bills, lost income, pain and suffering, and any related expenses.
Potential Electrocution Risks
On construction sites, there are numerous hazards that can subject workers to electric shock, including:
We will determine who is liable for your accident and hold the negligent parties accountable. You may be eligible for a separate third-party injury claim in addition to workers’ compensation.
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If you or a loved one have been the victim of negligence, you should contact an attorney as soon as possible. At Bernheim Dolinsky Kelley, We promise to thoroughly investigate the facts surrounding your personal injury situation, and give you an honest and straightforward explanation of your legal options.
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