Florida Personal Injury Law Firm Represents Victims of Electrocution and Electrical Accidents
According to the U.S. Occupational Safety & Health Administration (OSHA), approximately 350 construction workers are fatally electrocuted on job sites every year. Many others who survive electrocution accidents typically sustain serious injuries. While the workplace is one of the more common places that electrocution injuries occur, they also occur near swimming pools and on commercial property open to the public. If you or a loved one has been harmed in an electrocution accident as a result of someone else’s negligence, a personal injury attorney can help you pursue compensation to cover medical bills, pain and suffering, and lost wages.
The dedicated personal injury lawyers of Grall Law Group help clients throughout Florida’s Treasure Coast and Space Coast get the money they need following an electrocution accident. We offer free initial consultations, and we collect no attorneys’ fees unless you are awarded compensation for your case. It costs you nothing to speak to a knowledgeable Florida personal injury attorney about your situation.
Dealing with Insurance Companies after an Accident
Following an electrocution accident, the first step in seeking compensation is determining all of the parties responsible for payment. In most cases, this will involve the property owner and insurer. Many insurance companies will start with an early settlement offer that represents the bare minimum of what they may potentially be liable to pay. These offers seldom take into account the complete toll an electrocution accident can take on your finances and your quality of life, and by accepting an early settlement offer, you may be signing away your right to pursue further compensation.
Before you agree to an early settlement from the insurance company, it is smart to consult with a personal injury attorney with experience handling electrocution accident cases. At Grall Law Group, our team of personal injury lawyers work with doctors and life care planners to determine the ongoing needs of our clients. In situations where electrocution injuries lead to long-term or permanent disability, your case needs to reflect the wages you could have earned had you not been injured.
Oftentimes, electrocution accidents result in wrongful death. While a personal injury suit can’t undo what happened, they can offer a source of much-needed income to families who have lost a loved one. Surviving loved ones often experience significant financial hardship in the wake of an accident, with funeral costs and lost wages being the biggest factors. The personal injury attorneys of Grall Law Group can help you determine the complete extent of your family’s financial loss, and will stand in your corner as you fight for the compensation you need.
Call Us Today for a Free Consultation
You don’t have to take on the insurance companies alone. Contact Grall Law Group at (772)569-0000 to schedule your free case evaluation. We represent clients throughout Florida’s Treasure Coast and Space Coast, including Vero Beach, Sebastian, Fellsmere, Fort Pierce, Lakewood Park, Port St. Lucie, Jensen, Stuart, Hobe Sound, Indiantown, Okeechobee, Palm Bay, Melbourne, Cocoa, Merritt Island, Barefoot Bay, Micco, Titusville and more.