People that are involved in a profession where they deal with electrical equipment are more prone to electric shock injuries or electrocution.
There are several reasons for electric shocks in the workplace such as:
Use of faulty equipment
Improper or faulty wiring
Drilling in the area with hidden electric wires
Inefficient protective clothing and equipment
Wires near to water
Overloaded plug sockets
Lack of employee training
It may also lead to a serious injury or even death in some cases, especially if the voltage of wires/equipment is very high. Common injuries caused by electric shock include burns, cardiac arrest, numbness, scarring, nerve damage, brain injury, breathing difficulties and others. Such injuries can be life-changing for the victim.
Get free legal assistance for an Electric Shock injury claim
If you or your loved one has been injured as a result of an electric shock accident at work, due to the fault of someone else, you have the right to make a claim for compensation.
Our solicitors at M&S Law understand the impact of injuries on the victims and their families due to electrocution. With years of experience in dealing with accidents at work claims, we can provide you with the best legal guidance.
The amount of compensation will be assessed based on the severity of an injury, approximated recovery time, rehabilitation needed, loss of earnings, travel expenses, damage to personal items, and other related losses.
Contact us for Electric Shock Claim
If you have sustained an electric shock injury at work due to the negligence of your employer and want to make a claim, contact us on 01254 40 40 55 for free legal advice with a No Win No Fee service.