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Contact with electricity can cause very serious injuries. Significant electric shocks frequently result in death. High voltage injuries can occur in a variety of settings, including but not limited to:

  • Construction Accidents
  • Crane Accidents
  • Industrial Accidents
  • Product Liability
  • Workplace Injuries

Victims of electric shocks who survive their experiences may go into cardiac arrest. They can also sustain severe internal organ injuries or damage to their cardiovascular, respiratory, or central nervous systems. People who have suffered these types of injuries will face overwhelming medical bills as part of recovery, but many victims sustain permanent disabilities that prevent them from ever returning to work.

When a person is electrocuted as a result of another party’s negligence, then the party at fault can be considered negligent and thus be liable to the victim for the harm he or she suffered. These can be extremely complex cases because there may be multiple parties that could be liable, including employers, property owners, utility companies, equipment operators, or individuals or companies that performed maintenance on power sources.

Most any party that is considered negligent for these types of injuries will turn to the attorneys provided by an insurance company to deny liability and minimize the amounts paid to resolve any personal injury claims. In many cases, these insurance companies will argue that different parties were truly responsible for causing the accidents that led to people being electrocuted, and in some cases, they could even try to claim that victims caused their injuries through their own negligence.

If you sustained serious injuries or your loved one was killed in an electric shock accident caused by another party’s negligence, you should immediately contact the West Chester electrocution lawyers at Ciccarelli Law Offices. We represent clients on a contingency fee basis so you do not pay us anything unless we get you financial compensation, and our electrocution attorneys will work as a team to fully investigate your case and pursue damages from all liable parties.

Call (610) 719-3190 right now to schedule a free consultation that will let us review your case. Our firm assists people throughout Southeastern Pennsylvania, including Chester County, Lancaster County, Philadelphia County, Montgomery County, and Delaware County.