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According to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), electrocution on construction sites is one of the major causes of work-related injuries and fatalities. Many of these are not accidental but caused by negligence.
If you or a loved one has been electrocuted on a construction site, contact the Law Offices of Jay S. Knispel Personal Injury Lawyers for a free and confidential case consultation. Call us today at (718) 802-1600.
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The firm’s lawyers have more than 20 years of experience representing clients in all areas of personal injury, with a proven track record of success.
Our founder and Managing Partner, Jay S. Knispel, has litigated multi-million dollar catastrophic injury cases and serves as trial counsel to some of the most respected law firms in New York City.
If you or a loved one were a victim of electrocution, you may be physically unable to pursue compensation for your injuries. Additionally, the liable party is often a large corporation with an intimidating legal team who will fight to prevent the compensation you require for a full recovery.
The Law Offices of Jay S. Knispel Personal Injury Lawyers can help you in your time of need, taking care of all that is necessary to obtain the damages you deserve. This includes:
We can handle the legal proceedings while you focus on healing and recovery.
Depending on factors in the environment, such as humidity, it does not necessarily take a great deal of electricity to cause a great deal of harm. For example, people have ended up in the emergency room with severe electrical burns from accidents with Christmas tree lights.
The three main causes of electrical accidents on construction sites, in order of frequency, are:
There are four main categories of electrical injuries:
Contact our personal injury law firm in Brooklyn immediately. We will thoroughly evaluate your case and advise you on the best action to take. The consultation is free, and there is no fee unless we win.
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