Joliet Electrocution Injury Lawyer

When Electrical Shock Causes Serious Injuries to Construction Workers

Electrical shock can result in extremely serious injuries to construction workers and can be fatal in some instances. These accidents are completely preventable, and it is the construction company’s responsibility to ensure that, when an electrician or other worker is sent to work in a certain part of the building, that it is safe for him or her to do so.

If you or a loved one has suffered a serious electrical injury on a construction site, don’t simply assume that risk of injury comes with the job. You have rights, and a qualified Joliet electrocution injury attorney can help to ensure that they are protected. You owe it to yourself and your family to learn everything you can about your rights and legal options.

Extensive Experience Handling the Most Serious Injury Claims

Depending on the severity of the incident, it is possible for these types of accidents to cause catastrophic and often life-changing injuries to victims. Damage to internal organs, serious burns, nerve damage and loss of use of the injured body part are all within the realm of possibility in these types of accidents.

Our experience with these types of cases has given us a keen insight into the best approach to recovering the necessary compensation to facilitate your recovery. We take a very proactive approach to seeking maximum compensation for your current and future needs, calling on medical experts, life-planning specialists and others to help us gain the most complete picture of what you will need as you move into this new chapter of your life.

Discuss Your Case With an Illinois Electrical Shock Attorney

For help with any claim involving electrical injuries suffered in a work site accident, Will County lawyer Steven Haney is the only call you need to make. Contact our office today to schedule a free initial consultation. You can reach us by phone at 815-723-5600 or via e-mail. For your convenience, weekend appointments are available.