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Electrical Accident Attorneys

Electrocution Lawyers Making a Difference

The immediate and long-term consequences of electrocution and electrical shock accidents can be devastating.  Electrical burns often scar a person for life and electrical contact can cause significant damage, including permanent nerve damage, ventricular fibrillation, spinal cord injury, brain damage and even death.  Electrocutions in water, on ladders, in homes and at construction sites can leave loved ones mourning the loss of a family member and cause unbelievable grief and suffering.

Experience has shown us that electrocution often happens when we least expect it.  Electrocution and electric shock accidents occur many places including on construction sites, private property, in manufacturing plants and in public places.  Although electrocutions can by caused by unforeseen accidents, often times, the electrocution injury is caused by the negligent acts of a corporation, local power company, or even the carelessness of a neighbor.  If negligence caused the electrocution accident to occur, the person or corporation responsible for the accident can be held accountable.  As a result, there usually is considerable compensation available for the injured person.

Contact Our Electrocution and Electrical Accident Lawyers

If you or a family member has suffered an injury as a result of an electrocution or electrical burn, please contact our Gainesville, FL electrocution injury lawyers today.  We handle a wide array of electrocution and electrical contact cases in Ocala, Gainesville and Lake City including cases involving:

  • Metal equipment
  • Power lines
  • Poor electrical wiring
  • Electrical fires
  • Contact with charged metal structures
  • Outlets

Our North Central Florida electrocution lawyers are experienced and have the resources necessary to hire the appropriate experts and professionals (such as engineers, scientists and medical specialists) to prosecute your case to the fullest extent allowable by law. Contact Massey & Duffy, PLLC, today for your free confidential consultation.