Pittsburgh Electrical Shock Injury Attorney
Pennsylvania Electrical Shock Injury Lawyer
One jolt of electricity from a high-voltage wire can cause severe burns, long-term impairments or fatality. If a loved one suffered a serious electric shock or died from contact with live current, was the accident was caused by an unsafe product or someone’s safety lapse?
Hal Waldman and Associates pursues workers’ compensation claims and explores lawsuits against other parties for electrical injuries or deaths. Our lawyers have represented injured workers, homeowners and families in western Pennsylvania and statewide.
Your electric shock case matters to us. We care. We are on your side. Call or e-mail our Pittsburgh law office to schedule a free conversation with a lawyer.
Electrical Accidents From Dangerous Products or Workplace Hazards
Most electric shock accidents occur on the job, through contact with overhead power lines, underground cables, exposed wiring and electrical equipment:
- Industrial plant workers
- Utility workers and linemen
- Roofers and construction workers
- Heavy equipment operators (cranes)
Full Compensation for Electrocution or Shock Injuries
Electric current can cause acute trauma, such as amputation of extremities, third-degree burns and cardiac arrest, and aftereffects such as brain damage (cognitive impairment, memory loss), neurological damage (numbness, paralysis, spasms) and heart arrhythmia. High-voltage current is often fatal or causes secondary injuries when the person loses consciousness and falls.
Our attorneys have sued machinery manufacturers, utilities, subcontractors and property owners for design defects or unsafe conditions. We also handle all aspects of workers’ compensation claims. We are committed to maximizing compensation for medical bills, ongoing care, lost wages, disability, disfigurement and pain and suffering, and for wrongful death.
Free Case Evaluation · Contingency Fees in Personal Injury Cases
To discuss your case with an experienced Pittsburgh electrocution injury lawyer, call us at 412-338-1000 or use our online contact form.