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Spokane Electrocution Lawyer

Electricity is everywhere, and that means you’re vulnerable to electrocution accidents almost all the time. When someone else’s negligence leads to your electrocution injury, you can pursue compensation with the help of a Spokane electrocution attorney.

When you’re electrocuted, the shock streaks throughout your body. Your injuries are likely to be extensive and serious.

Unfortunately, even if you’re being cautious, someone else’s negligence can lead to an electrocution accident that injures you. When that happens, you deserve to be compensated for your pain and suffering, medical bills, lost time at work, and other hardships.

If you team up with a Spokane electrocution lawyer at Craig Swapp & Associates, you’ll get the benefit of years of experience and in-depth knowledge of electrocution injury cases. That means you’ll give yourself a strong chance of receiving the compensation you need to recover.

Types of Electrocutions

You may be able to seek compensation for two general types of injury-causing electrocution accidents: premises liability and workplace electrocutions.

Premises liability electrocution occurs when you’re electrocuted on someone else’s property, at a commercial business, or even on a street in your own neighborhood as a result of the property owner’s negligence. Additionally, you could have been electrocuted on your own property if a contractor you hired was careless with the electrical wiring that caused your injuries.

The other general type of electrocution injury occurs while you’re on the job. Poor safety standards and mistakes by contractors or inexperienced employees can cause devastating electric shocks. In some of these instances, the victim may even be able to file not one but two claims: a workers compensation claim and an additional claim against a third-party contractor who could have also contributed to the accident.

The Effects of Electrocution

Coming into contact with a live electrical source through your hair or skin causes electrocution. Depending on the voltage, electric current coursing throughout your body can result in many different types of injuries, including the following:

  • Damage to the brain, nerves, or heart
  • Loss of vision or hearing
  • Burns
  • Death

Who Should Be Held Accountable?

Numerous causes could have led to your electrocution injury. Although carelessness on your behalf may have caused your injury, negligence on the part of another party is by far the most common cause.

The negligent parties who may be held responsible for your electrocution injury include the following:

Compensation

The effects of electrocution injuries are often long-lasting or permanent. Compensation for these injuries is generally considerable.

Many factors may influence the value of the compensation you receive, including the following:

  • Present and future medical expenses
  • Lost income if you are unable to work
  • Pain and suffering
  • Scars and disfigurement
  • Decreased enjoyment of life

Contact an Electrocution Lawyer

Electrocution isn’t an everyday injury. And getting the compensation you need to recover isn’t going to be easy. But the attorneys at Craig Swapp & Associates know how to effectively handle electrocution cases to maximize the compensation you stand to receive.

To learn more, contact a Spokane electrocution lawyer by calling 1-800-404-9000 or filling out our online form below.

Craig Swapp & Associates
9980 S 300 W Suite 400, Sandy, UT 84070
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