Portland Electrical Injury Attorney
Construction Accidents: Electrocution and Electrical Burns
Construction sites are one of the most dangerous environments in which to work, and employers are required to maintain safety regulations and take every precaution to maintain safety. Construction accidents that are the result of contact with electricity should be compensated through workers’ comp benefits. There may also be an additional personal injury claim filed if there is any third party liability.
Filing a Claim for an Electrical Injury
Many electrical accidents lead to fatal injuries. Unmarked underground electrical cables can seriously injure or kill a worker who is drilling or digging. Coming into contact with a bare wire can cause life-threatening burns or loss of life. Improperly manufactured electrical equipment can cause a shock or burns. All of these injuries should be financially compensated.
Some of the damages you may be able to pursue include:
- Pain & suffering
- Loss of enjoyment of life
- Loss of income
Emotional suffering can also be compensated, particularly in cases of third party liability. Our legal team includes an accounting department that knows how to properly value all losses, current and future that an electrical injury victim will have to face.
Schedule a case evaluation today with one of our Portland electrical injury attorneys to get started for free!
Our Portland Personal Injury Attorney Can Assist You
If you or a loved one has been injured or killed in an electrical accident, you need a skilled legal team representing your interests and protecting your right to fair compensation. Experience counts when pursuing a large corporation such as equipment manufacturer or utility provider, or to get all the possible benefits available through workers’ compensation.
The Law Offices of Timothy Grabe has more than 35 years of trial experience to apply to your case and has a garnered a reputation for achieving positive outcomes in difficult injury cases, both in settlements and at trial. We urge you to contact us if you need help pursuing damages in an electrical injury claim.
Contact us at 971-645-7176 to obtain solid legal advice for your electrical injury claim. Our initial consultation is no charge and we take cases on a contingency fee basis.