Injuries Due To Faulty Electrical Equipment
There are four main types of electrical injuries: electrocution (fatal), electric shock, burns and falls that are caused as a result of contact with electrical energy. The most common shock-related, non-fatal, electrical injury is an electrical burn which occurs when a person comes in contact with energized electrical wiring or equipment. Many such injuries occur in Kansas and the Palmer Law Group is well versed in helping you receive proper compensation for an electrical injury that occurred through no fault of your own.
While precautions are taken on most job and construction sites, electrical injuries can happen when you least expect it due to negligent safety measures. Palmer Law Firm is proud to be an experienced team of award-winning personal injury lawyers that specialize in helping their clients through catastrophic cases like electrical injuries, head injuries, broken bones/fractures, and electrical burns. We will work tenaciously to help you obtain a fair settlement that will pay your medical bills, possible rehabilitation services, and damages for your pain and suffering. Our entire staff is dedicated to helping our clients through a difficult time post-injury and we have over thirty years of experience steering our clients through injury related legal cases. Call now for a free consultation.
We Help Victims Of Electrical Accidents
Palmer Law Group has more than 60 combined years of legal experience and has secured millions of dollars in compensation for our personal injury, medical malpractice, and product liability clients. We have a proven track record of verdicts and settlements and have converted our trial successes to satisfied clients outside of the courtroom. If you or a loved one has been harmed due to a third party's negligence, Palmer Law Group can protect your best interests.
Faulty electrical work can lead to injuries and extensive damage to your personal property and real estate. Call Palmer Law Group, LLP, your trusted Electrical Injuries law firm.