Electrocution Accidents

Electrocution injuries occur from a number of sources, including contact with overhead power lines, electrical explosion and fire, electrical equipment on job sites, defective electrical equipment, defective household wiring and electrical installation. The resulting injuries can be catastrophic — including burns, injuries resulting from falls after electrocution, and brain damage. These types of injuries can result in extensive injuries involving multiple skin grafting procedures, full-body casts, and prolonged healing.

The law firm of deGravelles & Palmintier has years of experience helping victims injured in electrical accidents. These cases nearly always require an investigation by experts, and deGravelles & Palmintier has access to the best. The firm understands the devastating impact electrical burns can have on clients and their families during the difficult, and often extensive, recovery.