Electric power serves us in such a variety of ways, from power tools, to lighting, and to running our computers. The more prevalent and powerful the available electric service, the more likely serious electrocution accidents and injuries will occur.
Construction sites are especially dangerous, as exposed wiring, power tools, and constant activity are present. Negligence of a property owner, a power company, or other party can also result in electrocution of you or a loved one. Frequent causes include:
Workers compensation may be the appropriate source of benefits for you if you were injured on the job, but if a third party on the job site, or an entity other than your employer is responsible, the sources of compensation to you are more numerous.
Call (800) 337-4002 for a free consultation in Pikeville, Hazard, Louisville, or Lexington with a Kentucky electrocution injury lawyer.
Please contact the law office of Gary C. Johnson, P.S.C., for a confidential, no-cost, no-obligation consultation with an experienced Kentucky electrocution injury attorney. We have four convenient office locations available, and offer vigorous representation to you. We go the extra mile for our clients, as demonstrated by our record of successful jury verdicts and out of court settlements with liable parties.
Remember, Kentucky law allows you only a limited time in which to file a lawsuit. We do not charge any fee unless we are successful in obtaining compensation for you.
If a loved one has been killed by electrocution that was someone else’s fault, we may be able to file a wrongful death claim for compensation.
Gary C. Johnson, P.S.C. is fully operational and available 24/7 to assist with your case. Our firm has the technology required to work your claim while maintaining all social distancing guidelines to ensure your safety. Our firm is committed to you and we are also available to meet at your location while practicing proper social distancing. Call #HURT from your cell phone or toll free 1-866-268-4200