Negligence or unawareness on a worksite can pose dangerous conditions that set the stage for serious injuries. Electrical accidents caused by the negligence of other workers, general contractors, property owners, product manufacturers or other parties create high-risk situations in which electrical shock could cause serious injuries such as:
- Electrical burns
- Organ or tissue damage
- Brain injuries
- Spinal cord injuries
- Nerve damage
- Neurological damage, which can develop over months or years
- Respiratory or cardiovascular injuries
- Heart failure or heart attack
- Electrocution or other wrongful death
A Strong History Of Commitment To Injured Pennsylvania Workers
At Krasno, Krasno & Onwudinjo, our attorneys represent victims of electric shock injury in Philadelphia and throughout Pennsylvania. Since 1936, our law firm has handled every type of work-related injury claim, helping tens of thousands of injured workers obtain the compensation they deserve for medical, emotional and financial hardships caused by someone else's negligence in the workplace. We bring appeals against employers and their insurance carriers if necessary.
Experienced Lawyers In Offices Across Pennsylvania
We strive to provide superior service to our clients throughout the state. With 11 offices across Pennsylvania, our attorneys are always available to speak with you and assist you through every step of your case.
Our experienced attorneys fight for the rights of workers in Pennsylvania, and they can advocate for your best interests in your unique situation. Whether your injury was caused by exposed wiring or a faulty electric tool or appliance, on an assembly line, during utility work or in a mine, we have seen and represented nearly every case imaginable. We can thoroughly investigate the circumstances of your injury, build a compelling case and work tirelessly for the maximum compensation you deserve for recovery or disability.
Consult With An Attorney Dedicated To Your Recovery From Electric Shock
To schedule a free initial consultation with a lawyer, email us or call us at 215-310-0001 or toll free at 877-794-2396. We handle all cases on a contingency basis. If you do not receive compensation in your case, or if we do not prevent the insurance company from stopping or altering your benefits, you do not pay attorney's fees.