Electrical Accidents

Pursuing Full Compensation For Your Loss

It truly takes less than the blink of an eye for a deadly dose of electrical current to ravage the human body. For those fortunate enough to survive, recovery can take many months and even years. Some electrical accident victims are never the same again no matter how much effort and resources they put into their rehabilitation.

Victims and their loved ones should not be left to bear the burden of these accidents alone. Negligent parties must be held liable for their actions or inaction and provide survivors with the financial resources they need to be made whole. That is why it is so crucial to have an experienced personal injury lawyer to navigate the legal process.

Our lead attorney, Chris Goode, has secured millions in settlements and jury awards for victims of devastating injuries in Kentucky. Call 859-469-4770 to discuss your electrical accident claim in a free, no-obligation consultation.

Attentive Service And Tenacious Representation That Get Results

It's been far too easy for those responsible to shirk that responsibility, whether they are electric companies, property owners or employers. Electrical hazards or a lack of safety gear can result in injuries such as:

  • Burns
  • Arc blast injuries
  • Flash or flame injuries
  • Ventricular fibrillation
  • Brain injury
  • Injuries from falling
  • Fatal injuries

Everything from the central nervous system to the musculoskeletal system can be permanently damaged by electricity. Simply stated, the human body was not meant to withstand the high voltages we use to power our homes, factories and lights. When electricity enters the human body, the results can be tragic for injury survivors and those who must move on without cherished loved ones.

We will make it our mission to obtain the full compensation you need for damages such as medical expenses, rehabilitation, in-home care, home renovations, funeral expenses, burial expenses, lost wages, pain and suffering, and loss of companionship.

Let Us Help You Today

In Kentucky, electrical accident victims have a limited time to file a personal injury or wrongful death claim. Contact us today to start the process.