Electrical Accidents

Experienced Indianapolis Electrical Accident Lawyers

Attorneys for Electrical Accidents in Indianapolis, IN

  • Exposure to high-voltage electricity
  • Faulty testing equipment
  • Faulty wiring and electrical connections
  • Flammable materials left in close proximity to ongoing electrical work
  • Inadequate lockout/tagout procedures
  • Inadequate voltage reduction at transformers or substations
  • Missing or faulty preventive devices (such as ground fault circuit interrupters)
  • Lack of training, experience, or communication
  • Loose wiring connections
  • Old or exposed wiring

1. Electric Shock

2. Electrical Burns

3. Electrical Fires

Answers to Five Common Questions about Electrical Accident Compensation

FAQ SECTION

Q: Can I file a personal injury claim if I was injured in an electrical accident at work?

Q: Is it possible to be electrocuted if you do not make contact with an exposed wire or overhead line?

Q: Can electrocution survivors seek compensation for disfigurement and other non-financial losses?

Q: How can I make sure I don't settle for too little?

Q: What do I need to do to get started?

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