Electrocution Injury

Chicago Electrocution Injury Attorneys

According to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), electrocution is the third-leading cause of death on construction worksites in the United States. Many more suffer non-fatal electrocution accidents each year. These injuries are often severe and can potentially have permanent effects, causing lasting impacts on the victims.

At Pullano & Siporin, our attorneys understand the seriousness of these injuries and are fully committed to pursuing full justice and maximum compensation on behalf of victims. Our team has decades of experience in personal injury law and a long track record of success and record-breaking victories.

Some common causes of electrocution injuries include:

  • Contact with power lies
  • Failure to obtain a work permit and/or shut down power lines
  • Failure to comply with manufacturer’s instruction regarding electric devices
  • Improperly grounded wires or electrical systems
  • Unsafe or overloaded extension cords and electrical sources

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Electrocution can result in a variety of serious health consequences, including: shutdown of internal organs, severe burns and soft tissue destruction, local paralysis, reduced use of the affected limb, and serious permanent nervous system damage.

The vast majority of electrocution accidents happen at construction worksites. However ,these accidents can occur anywhere and to anyone. It is crucial for everyone to always practice good electrical safety, especially when there are hazards present. Never attempt to do electrical work by yourself if you lack the training or knowledge to do it safely.

Our firm identifies the parties that may be liable for your injuries and conducts a thorough investigation into your claim. We carefully select each case we take on to ensure we can dedicate our complete attention to each of the clients we work with. We deserve you believe our full personal attention so you can obtain full justice and the maximum possible compensation for your injuries.