A utility worker was trimming branches and was electrocuted may have a case for Worker’s Comp benefits, pain and suffering compensation or wrongful death
About: Jeffrey Feldman
- Jeffrey H. Feldman is a renowned personal injury lawyer who specializes in electrocution cases throughout the U.S. for more than 35 years. Jeffrey has tried more electrocution cases than most other injury lawyers in the country.
Posts by Jeffrey Feldman:
An electrocution death is all too often the tragic but there may be a case against the utility company, contractor or under workers’ comp law.
Electrical burns and injuries pose serious threats to electric shock victims. They are painful, debilitating and disfiguring. Prompt medical treatment is necessary to know the extent of tissue and internal organ damage. Untreated tissue damage and loss of blood flow can result in limb amputation. It is important that victims understand that even though a […]
Pain in the arm after an electric shock is something to be worried about. Electricity traveling through a person’s arm can cause many injuries
A low voltage electric shock is dangerous because it can cause electrocution and fatal injuries even though there are no visible signs of external injury.
Research has shown that the effects of electric shock on the brain may include several neurologic and neuropsychological consequences.
Post electric shock syndrome is a form of post-traumatic stress disorder as victims can suffer from neuropsychological and neuropsychiatric injuries
A minor electric shock is something to be worried about. A shock – whether labelled as “minor” or “major” – is dangerous and can cause serious injury. When a so-called minor shock results in an electricity traveling through a person’s body, medical attention should be sought immediately. What is a minor electric shock? A minor […]
You should be concerned if you have tingling after an electric shock even if the damage seems minor: Left untreated, it can potentially have harmful effects
Tragically, a teenager was electrocuted in Detroit by a DTE power line while working with a friend to help prevent break-ins on a roof of a warehouse.