Helping Construction Site Electrocution Accident Victims For Over 20 Years

Electrical injuries and electrocutions are more common than you would think. In fact, according the Department of Labor, electrocution was one of the top four causes of death at construction sites across the United States in 2012.

The frequency of electrical accidents, however, does nothing to diminish the pain of an electrical burn or loss of a loved one. At The Jasmer Law Firm, we can explain your options after an electrical injury or electrocution. For more than 20 years, attorney David Jasmer has helped injured individuals in the Chicago area. He can provide you with the advice and support you need after your construction accident.

Common Causes Of Electrical Accidents At Construction Sites

Some common causes of electrical injuries on construction sites include:

  • Exposed, underground electrical cables
  • Defective equipment such as power tools or heavy machinery
  • Exposed wires
  • Negligently installed electrical wires or components
  • Negligently designed electrical systems

Regardless of the cause of your accident, we understand the impact an electrical accident can have on you and your loved ones. You could be left with significant electrical burns and scarring. A significant electrical charge can damage your heart and your veins. With higher voltage, an electrical accident can lead to a wrongful death.

At The Jasmer Law Firm, we stand ready to help you through the legal process and answer your questions about the next steps you can take. We are dedicated to pursuing full and fair compensation to help you cover the costs of your injury or loss, including lost wages, medical expenses, damages for pain and suffering, and other damages.

Contact A Lawyer After An Electrocution

To speak with a lawyer about your electrical accident case in a free, no-obligation consultation, contact us online or call us at 312-386-7011 or 866-920-6021. Attorney David Jasmer can meet with you during the evening or on weekends. He can also come to the hospital or your home if necessary. These cases are handled on a contingent fee basis.