How do I find the best electrocution lawyer?
When your loved one has been tragically killed or injured in an electrocution accident at the hands of a power company, figuring out what to do next is very overwhelming. But an experienced electrocution lawyer can take on the power company while you heal, and ensure it’s held 100% accountable for its negligence.
For help from one of our attorneys now, call (800) 548-0043. We’ll take all the time you need to answer your questions — and there’s absolutely no cost or obligation.
Meanwhile, our lawyers have provided the following advice to help you find the best attorney for your unique circumstances.
Immediately after an electrocution accident, utility companies send teams of their own lawyers and investigators to the scene – often altering evidence to avoid responsibility. Read how your own experienced attorney can help protect you from this serious defense tactic.
To start, there are only two things you need to know that will ensure your protection in a lawsuit against a utility company.
Here we’re sharing three important aspects of an electrocution case that your attorney must know to properly represent you.
Attorney Jeffrey Feldman explains his extensive experience handling wrongful death and serious injury cases against power companies.
With a contingency fee, you pay nothing unless your attorneys wins, allowing you to hire the most experienced lawyers with no personal risk.
Learn about several types of harm that can result from direct or indirect contact with overhead power lines.
Although it’s inherently difficult, family members of people who have been killed often want to understand what happened and how.
Work comp may apply, but there are also other parties that may be responsible for your injuries and loss.
Here are the steps we take in our investigations, to ensure the facts that lead to the death or injury of your loved one are uncovered, and the electric utility company is held 100% responsible.
Below are some common questions our injury attorneys hear about electric shock and litigation surrounding these serious injuries.