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Electrical Injuries/Electrocution & Power Line Accidents

Electrocutions and electrical burns can happen anywhere and can be caused by a variety of factors. Accidents often happen on work sites (for example, when a metal ladder comes in contact with a power line), at home due to faulty electrical appliances or anywhere you could be exposed to defective wiring. Injuries from electrical burns or electrocution can include seizures, heart attack, brain and nerve damage, neurological issues, deep penetrating burns and severe muscle contractions that can often cause falls and unfortunately, death.

Although there are many preventative safety measures required of employers by law, electrocutions can still occur. If you or a loved one has suffered an injury or a loss by an electrical burn or electrocution on the job or if you are a consumer who has suffered a burn injury from a defective product, you need an attorney who can make sure you are fully compensated for your monetary losses.

To learn how you can avoid coming into contact with a power line, read the Centers for Disease Control article. To learn more about electrical injuries, see the Merck Manuals online medical library.

Soucie Law Can Help You Move Forward

One of the things you need most when dealing with the aftermath of an electrical injury or electrocution is legal help. We will help you understand the process, and help you find the best possible legal representation so you can move forward.

If you would like to talk to someone at Soucie Law right away, call (763) 427-8888. After business hours, our answering service will relay your message to the on-call attorney immediately.

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What Former Clients Say

"One of the first things I asked when I finally woke up was, 'Was it my fault?' This terrible thing happened and Fred proved I wasn't at fault. I can't tell you what a relief that was to know that and to have someone taking care of the stuff like the billing and the insurance companies and the hospital when this happened. Fred really went the extra mile to prove our case."

– Mary F

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