Fort Worth Electrocution Injury Attorney

If you or a loved one experienced injuries from an electric shock due to exposure to high voltage electricity, you could be eligible to file a personal injury claim. If the electrical shock resulted in electrocution of a loved one resulting in death, you may be able to file a wrongful death claim. Electrocution and burn injuries are incredibly painful, and victims are often left with traumatic scarring and irreversible damages. Many victims even require ongoing medical care and hospitalization to treat their injuries.

Whether you suffered a first-degree or third-degree burn, our Fort Worth injury lawyers can help. We utilize our extensive resources to investigate your accident, and file a claim to get you the compensation you need. Our firm understands of our clients' financial burdens, which is why we only represent victims based on contingency fees. If we are unable to obtain a recovery, then you don't owe us a dime. Our services are risk free and we consider it an honor to handle your case.

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Who is liable for my electrocution injuries?

Even just a small electrical current can have devastating effects. Because of the dangers associated with electricity, strict rules apply to power companies, construction companies, building owners, and more. These standards also apply to worksite sand household products that have an electrical source.

People who could be held responsible for your electrocution injuries include:

  • An employer: If they caused an unsafe working condition that resulted in you being electrocuted. An employer or power company is responsible for properly locating, maintaining, and providing protection from overhead power lines.
  • A manufacturer: If a defective product (such as an appliance, power tool, medical device or child's product) caused the electrocution. A product manufacturer must provide proper insulation and ground fault protection for its products.
  • An electrician: If a faulty installation or repair caused you to experience electric shock.
  • A property owner: If you were exposed to dangerous electricity in an unexpected place and you were not warned about this hazard.

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Did someone fail to provide the proper safeguards against electric shock, which resulted in your injuries? Our team at the Law Office of James M. Stanley is ready to help you build your claim. We are prepared to put our experience, knowledge, and resources to work for you. We'll walk you through the claims process, step-by-step, and make sure your needs are met.

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