From power line accidents to defective appliances, there are a number of hazards that can lead to electrocution injuries. Our attorneys in Spartanburg offer tenacious legal representation to people who have suffered injuries—or to family members who have lost loved ones—due to electrocution.
Even if you were fortunate enough to survive the accident, you may have sustained electrical burns, nerve damage, brain damage, heart damage, or other medical complications as a result of the electric shock. The medical bills, lost income, and pain and suffering that result from these injuries can be devastating. Our electrocution lawyers can review your case for free, gather evidence, and approximate a fair settlement for your claim.
You can reach us at 864-585-3873 to set up a consultation. We don’t charge any attorneys’ fees unless we win.
An electrocution can happen on the job, in the home, on a commercial property, and in just about any other scenario you can imagine. The circumstances of the injury can have a major impact on how your case unfolds. For example, if you were hurt at work, it may be necessary to bring a workers’ compensation claim prior to evaluating and pursuing a standard personal injury claim.
Our electrocution lawyers in Spartanburg have the knowledge, resources, and experience to provide effective representation in a variety of cases, including those that involve:
There are a number of parties who could be liable in these cases. Our attorneys will conduct a thorough investigation to determine liability and establish how best to proceed with your case. Here are just a few parties who might be liable in these cases:
An electrocution injury can change the course of your life in an instant. It’s a horrifying moment that you probably want to forget as soon as possible. However, your ability to remember important details about this traumatic event could play a major role in your fight for a fair settlement.
Starting a personal injury journal could be one of the most important steps you take to strengthen your case. Not only can journaling about your injuries be calming, but it can also help you preserve valuable information to share with your Spartanburg electrocution lawyer during your meetings.
Here are a few examples of what you should jot down in your journal:
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