- Muscle Spasms
- Chronic Pain
- Numbness or Tingling
- Breathing Problems
- Brain Damage
- Lung Failure
Electrical shocks can also lead to a cardiac arrest due to the electrical effect on the heart, causing death. When the current passes through the body, the muscles and nerves get affected and tissues get destroyed.
Premises Liability Laws and Electrocution
Owners of commercial and residential buildings need to follow electrical shock safety procedures to ensure electrical shock safety for residents and workers. When you or a loved one is a victim of an electrical shock contact our law offices without delay so we can gather all the details and point out the negligent party liable for payment.
Sometimes a fallen power line or dangerous chords left out creating and electrical shock hazard that can cause serious injuries to children playing in the area. A toddler may even attempt to chew the chord and suffer from electrical shockincluding severe internal injuries leading to death. Our electrical shock lawyers are willing to take the negligent party to court, may it be the contractor, the councilman, the owner of the condo, the day care center, or the landlord of your building where the electric shock incident has taken place.
Filing A Claim and Fighting For Compensation
Electric shock victims can receive lost wages, compensation for pain and suffering, disfigurement and emotional distress in addition to paid medical expenses. When the victim becomes permanently disabled, or has died as result of the electrocution injuries, surviving family members of the victim have rights to losses as well. Experienced electrical shock lawyers who are familiar with the Federal and State Laws related to these injuries can present your case in a professional manner to the court of law.
Ginsburg & Associates will gather details and hold all liable parties responsible. Our electrical shock lawyers will talk to your insurance company, and the insurer of the other party/parties, to get the compensation you deserve. For a Free Consultation contact Ginsburg & Associates call 215-564-4400 or you can email us at email@example.com. If you have a potential electrical shock case for us to look at now, complete our Case Information Form