Cable installers and electricians do some of the most dangerous types of work involved in building, remodeling, installing cables and repairing structures and infrastructure. Electrical work exposes specialists to risks, including electrical shock, falling, neck injuries resulting from challenging work space configurations and other potential hazards.
Many of our clients have worked for companies such as Verizon and Comcast, as well as for local utility companies. Many have been Teamsters. Some have been self-employed. Others were deemed independent contractors by their employers, but in fact, met all the criteria for employees.
Decades Of Experience Representing Electricians In Pennsylvania
Krasno, Krasno & Onwudinjo has more than 70 years of experience representing injured workers in Philadelphia and throughout Pennsylvania. Our clients have included:
Our lawyers have proven our effectiveness in counseling and representing all varieties of workers who have been injured in jobs involving installation and repair of electrical circuits and wires. We have helped many recover compensation after they had suffered injuries such as:
- Electrical shock
- Fall injury
- Burn accident
Seeking Compensation From All Possible Sources
In every electrician work injury case, we conduct an investigation to determine whether there is a third-party claim in addition to a workers' compensation claim. We help ensure that our clients recover all workers' compensation benefits that they are entitled to. This often means consulting with doctors who can verify that a particular injury was caused by activities or conditions on the job. In addition, we help our clients obtain compensation from other sources, including Social Security Disability in the case of an injury that incapacitates an electrician for a year or more.
Contact Us For A Free Consultation
We want to hear about your electrical work injury case and provide you with the information you need to collect all benefits you are entitled to. Email us or call us at 877-794-2396 to talk to an experienced attorney. All workers' compensation cases are handled on a contingency basis. That means you don't pay us until we recover compensation for your case.