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Electrocution Accident & Injury Lawyer in New York Electrocution Accident & Injury

Did you experience an electrical shock accident on a construction site in New York? Are you facing medical bills, or have you lost wages because of your construction site electrocution injury? You deserve compensation for your physical, emotional and economic damages.

Our team can help. Speak with a New York electrocution accident and injury lawyer at Friedman & Simon, L.L.P. today. Call us at 516-932-0400.

New York’s Statute of Limitations

Construction workers dealing with physical, emotional, and economic damages resulting from an electrocution accident have the right to recover compensation for electrocution.

However, New York imposes a statute of limitations on how long a person has to pursue compensation for damages after sustaining injuries. Failing to file within the time proscribed by law will negate your rights to recover compensation for your damages. 

Do not wait to get legal representation.

Speak to our lawyers at Friedman & Simon, L.L.P. by calling 516-932-0400 before time runs out.

What Can Friedman & Simon, L.L.P. Do for You?

If you were injured in a New York electrocution accident, we can help. If we represent you, our staff can serve you in the following ways:

Fight for Your Recoverable Damages

An attorney for Friedman & Simon, L.L.P. will work to recover compensation for your physical, emotional, and economic damages, including injuries, lost wages, medical bills, disability, and pain and suffering.

Collect Evidence on Your Behalf

Part of prosecuting your electrical shock construction site accident case involves collecting evidence.

Collection and Preservation of Evidence

Some of the evidence we may attempt to collect includes:

  • Video or photographs of the accident scene and injuries
  • Witness statements
  • Medical records and doctor reports
  • Electrocution Accident reports
  • Inspection reports
  • Contracts between the parties

Identify Liable Parties

Sometimes, several parties may be liable for your injuries, including the building owner, a subcontractor, or even a manufacturer of a part, tool, machine, or product containing an electrical defect. Our legal team will review the case facts and identify all liable parties.

Communicate Through Several Platforms

A team member at Friedman & Simon, L.L.P. will keep you up to date regarding your case. This includes replying to your emails and text messages, as well as returning your phone calls. 

We will also communicate with defense lawyers and insurance representatives on your behalf.

Has an car electrocution accident affected your life? Are you facing medical bills due to someone else’s negligence? Do you need help understanding your rights or getting compensation?

Call 516-932-0400 to speak with a New York electrocution accident and injury lawyer from Friedman & Simon, L.L.P. We are ready to fight for you.

Types of Electrocution Cases

Your electrocution injuries may be the result of improper protective equipment or failure to adhere to safety standards set forth by OSHA, New York Labor Laws, and the New York State Industrial Code.

If another party caused your injuries, you can file a case to hold that party liable for your injuries. Get help from Friedman & Simon, L.L.P. Call 516-932-0400.

Common Electrical Shock Hazards

Many construction and worksites have plenty of energy sources and hazards. Some of the most prevalent electrocution hazards on a job site include:

  • Failure to shut power supply when necessary
  • Contact with power lines
  • Improper use of extension cords
  • Contact with power sources
  • Faulty wiring
  • Poorly manufactured parts
  • Failure to adhere to electrical standards
  • Failure to inspect
  • Old wiring or equipment

Common Electrical Injuries

A victim of an electrocution accident on a job site may suffer from any number of injuries, including:

  • Fatal electrocution
  • Electric shocks
  • Burns
  • Loss of consciousness
  • Nerve damage
  • Temporary or complete loss of vision
  • Brain injuries
  • Broken bones resulting from falls after a shock
  • Heart attack

Call 516-932-0400 to secure help from a construction accident lawyer.

Let Friedman & Simon, L.L.P. Help with Your Electrocution Injury Case

If you are ready to speak with a lawyer about your electrocution accident, call Friedman & Simon, L.L.P. today. Our multi-lingual staff can assist you in English, Spanish, Bengali, Tamil, or Kannada.

Do not wait any longer to seek legal representation. There is a limited time to build your case and pursue the compensation you deserve.

Dial 516-932-0400 for a free case evaluation from Friedman & Simon, L.L.P.

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