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Aggressive Representation From Electric Shock Injury Lawyers

Faulty wiring and exposed wires can spell disaster in less than the blink of an eye, with consequences that last a lifetime. When someone’s reckless or negligent actions cause others to suffer in such a painful manner, they need to be held accountable for the cost of the injuries. Unfortunately, not everyone owns up to their mistakes, but an experienced attorney can help hold the one responsible accountable.

If you or someone you love was injured by an electric shock at work due to another party’s negligence, contact Sheffy, DeNigris, Grey & Bedard, LLP, today. Backed by over three decades of experience, our attorneys have a comprehensive understanding of Connecticut’s personal injury laws. We can efficiently navigate you throughout the entire legal process while helping you make sound decisions about the future. Our electric shock injury attorneys in Southington have recovered millions of dollars for our clients over the years, and we can help you, too.

About Electric Shocks

Electric shocks, especially those suffered at workplaces, can cause long-lasting injuries. Common injuries include burns, cardiac arrest, and tissue, nerve and muscle destruction. Exposed wires and faulty wiring that may lead to electric shocks are difficult to detect, thereby making it easier for anyone to get hurt. Thus, it is of utmost importance that you take necessary precautions and use safety gear in areas where the risk of electrical accidents is high.

Common situations that lead to electric shocks include:

  • Work-related exposure
  • Poking metal objects into an electrical outlet
  • Accidental contact with exposed parts of wiring or appliances

However, sometimes electric shocks are virtually unavoidable and occur as a result of a defective product. If you suffered an electric shock due to a defective product, you may be able to file a lawsuit against the product’s retailer, wholesaler, distributor and/or manufacturer.

With compensation, you can help pay for the following and more:

  • Disability-related expenses
  • Ambulance fees
  • Hospital bills
  • Lost wages

The compensation you receive from your case is critical in your recovery, so why not make sure you are getting everything you need to recover?

Begin Fighting For Your Future Today

Our team of legal professionals has more than 30 years of experience that can be put to use to fight for your brightest tomorrow. When you choose us to fight for you, you are choosing someone that is as compassionate about the outcome of your case as you are. We stop at nothing for your needs, and we do not back down from a fight. Let us take on your case for you.

Our electric shock injury attorney in Southington, Kelly Grey, can provide you with the caring and capable representation you need and deserve. Call 844-367-0314 or contact us here for a free consultation.