Boston Electric Shock Accident Attorneys

According to the Occupational Health and Safety Administration (OSHA), electrocutions are one of the greatest hazards on construction sites. Construction site accidents involving contact with electric currents have the potential to be deadly, so it is imperative that preventative measures are carefully taken by employers against these dangers. Any lapse in safety procedures can be costly to an employee’s well-being when he or she consequently becomes involved in an accident. If you or your loved one is the victim of an electric shock injury on a construction site that may be attributed to employer negligence, consider talking with an attorney about how to deal with the legal situation surrounding this unfortunate accident.

At Crowe & Mulvey, LLP, our Boston electric shock lawyers are dedicated to holding the responsible party accountable for a victim’s injuries and getting our clients the full compensation they may be entitled to.

Electrical Shock Risks

Injuries resulting from contact with electric currents on construction sites may be the result of risks specifically caused by employer or another party’s negligence. OSHA has compiled this useful list of electrical shock risks, and it may be helpful as you try to determine the cause of your or your loved one’s accident:

  • Improper grounding
  • Exposed electrical wiring
  • Inadequate wiring
  • Damaged insulation
  • Overloaded circuits
  • Damaged tools and equipment
  • Wet conditions
  • Overhead power lines
  • Lack of personal protective equipment (PPE)

Electric shock injuries are highly unfortunate, but even more so when the circumstances of the accident can be traced back to another individual’s negligence. The Boston electric shock accident lawyers at Crowe & Mulvey, LLP are prepared to fight for your right to compensation.

Contact an Electric Shock Attorney in Boston Today

It can be absolutely essential to at least have your situation evaluated by an attorney after a construction accident that involves suspected third party negligence. The attorneys at Crowe & Mulvey, LLP can give you the legal advice you may be needing, and potentially help you move forward with legal action. Call our Boston office today at (617) 426-4488.