Accidental electrocution accidents occur very frequently in Florida. The extent of the injuries sustained in these electrocution accidents can be mild or they may result in a wrongful death. The cause of the electric shock or electrocution is often caused by a defective product, improper wiring or inadequate warning labels. Our attorneys have experience in representing clients who have been electrocuted because of inadequate warnings, failure to warn of an electrical hazard, someone failed to de-energize an electrical current, electrical wires were not properly grounded or because of improper placement and safety of power lines.
Common types of products which may result in an electrocution requiring the assistance of a lawyer may include power tools, household appliances, such as toasters, microwaves, ovens, lights or electrical outlets. If you have been injured because of an electrocution, or if a loved one has died because of an electrical injury, please immediately contact one of our attorneys to discuss the facts surrounding your case.
If the electrical injury was caused by a defective product, your attorney may seek recovery from the product designer, manufacturer and even the distributor of the defective electrical hazard product. For these types of injuries, you are entitled to seek recovery for any loss of physical ability, loss of income, lost earnings, past medical costs, future medical expenses as well as any pain and suffering.
For over twenty years, the law firm of Allen & Abaray, P.A. has provided exceptional statewide representation for injury victims, and the families of those who are injured or killed by the conduct of others. While our personal injury lawyers are based in Lakeland, we represent clients throughout the State of Florida.
Allen & Abaray, P.A. offers a free consultation in all personal injury cases. If you have been injured or lost a loved one in any type of accident, call (863) 669-9999 or toll-free at (877) 669-6899 today to speak with a Lakeland personal injury attorney about your case. We won’t charge an attorney’s fee unless we recover money for your injuries.*