Austin Electrocution Injury Attorney
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Electrical accidents on construction sites can result in life-threatening
and sometimes fatal injuries to workers. If you or someone you love has
been injured in an electrocution accident, or if you have suffered the
loss of a family member in an electrical accident, you should seek the
advice of the Austin electrocution accident attorney at The Stewart Law
Firm, PLLC immediately. As soon as you turn to us for help, we will begin
working on a personal injury claim on your behalf to present to the party
responsible for your injuries.
Seriously injured? Free consultations are available. Contact us at (512) 271-5112 to schedule yours!
Determining the Extent of Your Injuries
At The Stewart Law Firm, PLLC, we represent construction workers who have
been injured in electrical accidents. Our firm's extensive experience
with these cases allows us to be proactive in the process of determining
the full extent of your injuries, identifying the type of medical care
you will need, and seeking fair compensation for all of your losses.
Electrical accidents can cause serious injuries such as:
Electrical injuries can come about in a number of different ways. Whether
a live wire comes into contact with a metal beam or an electrician cuts
into a live wire in a part of the building that is supposed to be shut
down, victims are entitled to seek compensation through a claim when the
negligence of another causes them to suffer serious harm.
How The Stewart Law Firm, PLLC Can Assist You
Over the years, our Austin electrocution lawyers have investigated and
successfully resolved many construction accident cases. Working with a
network of skilled experts, we determine whether a lack of ground fault
defective equipment or some other cause led to your injuries. We identify the responsible
parties and do everything in our power to see that they are held accountable—not
only for your medical bills and lost earnings, but for your pain and suffering as well.
Contact our firm as soon as possible to allow us to begin working on your electrocution case.