Electrical accidents generally result in catastrophic injury or death.  They are the fourth-highest cause of construction site injuries and typically occur due to the failure to adherence to ANSI and/or OSHA safety standards. They may occur in the workplace or at home.

What Is An Electrical Accident and What Damages are Available?

Across the United States, a death caused by an electrical accident occurs, on average, once each day.  Many of these injuries or deaths are preventable. While pursuing a lawsuit will not undo the injury, doing so can compensate you for your losses and work to prevent future negligence and a safer work environment.

In Alabama, you may bring a claim for the compensatory damages associated with the injury – permanent injury, lost wages (past and future), emotional distress and physical pain and suffering (past and future), medical bills (past and future) and other out of pocket costs you have incurred or will incur in the future.  You may be entitled to punitive damages punitive damages against the individual designed to punish the wrongdoer and to deter others from similar conduct. If you are married or the injury is to a minor child in your custody, you can bring a claim for your loss of services of the injured person. A catastrophic injury lawyer at  Burns, Cunningham & Mackey, P.C. will investigate your claim and pursue a recovery against all who may be responsible if the facts merit doing so. Contact us at 800-574-4332 to begin the conversation today.

What Will an Alabama Electrical Wiring Lawyer Provide?

Burns, Cunningham & Mackey, P.C., is able to offer an electrical accidents lawyer to lead you through what can be a traumatic experience.  We will handle your case with professionalism and sensitivity. You deserve the support and advocacy that our attorneys will provide.

In the state of Alabama, the statute of limitations on spinal cord injury cases is only two years from the date of injury. Accordingly, you should reach out to the attorneys at Burns, Cunningham & Mackey, P.C. If you or a loved one has suffered an injury in an electrical accident and believe it may have been due to the negligence of a third-party, reach out to our team of Mobile electrical accidents attorneys today to discuss your legal options. We do not charge a fee to evaluate your case.


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