Power lines and utility companies are subject to strict regulations to prevent electrocution injuries to both workers and the public. Yet, even with these regulations in place, over 150 people were killed in electrical accidents in 2010. Lack of warning signs, poor maintenance, and failure to follow safety codes can result in serious or fatal electrical shock injuries and burns.
Companies and employers who negligently maintain power lines or fail to warn of electrical dangers may be liable for any resulting injuries. Our attorneys are experienced with these types of cases and injuries, and we can help you recover from insurance and the responsible party.