Contact the Electrocution Accident Attorneys at Friedman, Hirschen & Miller
Numerous dangers exist on construction sites. Electrocution is one that carries a high degree of risk given the strength of the currents that may be in use at the construction site and the fact that so many things on a work site can carry an electrical current, such as:
- Scissor lifts
- Any metal that may be part of the construction itself
- Standing water
If you have been electrocuted on the job, or have lost a loved one to an electrical accident on a construction site, you will need the advocacy of attorneys who will aggressively pursue the compensation that you and your family needs and deserves.
At Friedman, Hirschen & Miller, LLP, our burn injury lawyers have been helping those who have suffered personal injuries for more than 60 years. Our firm is AV Preeminent* rated by Martindale-Hubbell, the premiere peer-review legal rating system. This is their highest rating.
Our track record of success includes securing numerous multi-million dollar awards for our clients. We have been able to achieve these results for our clients by always aggressively and thoroughly preparing for trial.
We offer our representation to electricians and any other workers who have been electrocuted on the job.
It does not matter if the cause of your injury was your own employer and the conditions they controlled or another party such as a subcontractor on the site. We will work to pursue compensation from all responsible parties.
If you or a loved one has been injured in an electrical accident, know that insurance companies are very likely to undervalue your case. In order to recover the compensation you need and deserve, turn to the experienced Albany electrical accident attorneys of Friedman, Hirschen & Miller, LLP. To schedule a free initial consultation, call 518-480-2151 or simply contact us online.
We accept cases on a contingency fee basis, meaning that we only collect attorney's fees if we recover damages for you.
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