Michigan Electrocution Lawyers
Thousands of people are electrocuted each year in America, making it a very realistic danger. Construction sites are a particularly dangerous place that put people in vulnerable positions as there are many exposed wires and other dangerous electrical hazards that could easily cause a person to be electrocuted. For passersby and innocent bystanders that have been electrocuted, the repercussions may be devastating. However, if your suffering is the result of construction site negligence, you may be able to pursue legal action against them and obtain compensation for your injuries.
Our Michigan electrocution lawyers of Ravid & Associates, P.C., may be able to help you hold the construction company, worker, or other party who put your life in danger responsible for their negligence. Contact our experienced team of personal injury attorneys at (866) 644-6587 to learn more about how they can serve you.
Contact with exposed electrical wiring can be lethal. For this reason, wires should be clearly marked as live to prevent people from inadvertently putting themselves in danger. However, many construction companies neglect to properly warn passersby or take the necessary precautions to prevent tragic accidents from occurring, therefore causing traumatic injuries to others, such as:
- Neurological damage
- Heart problems
Electrical shocks that occur on construction sites can be preventable with correct training, signage, and communication. As such, when a construction company, manager, or employee fails to take the appropriate steps to prevent such an accident, they may be held liable for their negligence
If you have been hurt in an electrocution accident on a construction site, the Michigan electrocution lawyers of Ravid & Associates, P.C., can help you fight for the compensation you may be due. Call our experienced personal injury lawyers at (866) 644-6587 for a free case evaluation.