Lever & Ecker, PLLC June 27, 2023 Construction Accidents
Generally, an employee cannot pursue legal action against their employers in New York, as workers’ compensation covers losses related to work accidents. However, you may hold property owners, general contractors, and supervisors liable in an electric shock accident claim for failing to maintain a safe environment, failing to provide proper safety equipment, inadequate training, and other negligent acts.
If you are an electrician or construction worker who was harmed due to a third party’s negligence at work, the compassionate electric shock accident lawyers at Lever & Ecker, PLLC, can guide you through the legal process, starting with a free consultation. With 65+ years of combined experience advocating for New Yorkers’ rights, you can trust us to handle your case with diligence and unmatched legal service. When you work with us, we give you peace of mind so you may focus on your recovery.
Below are examples of negligent conduct that can result in an electric shock accident:
The electric shock accident lawyers at Lever & Ecker, PLLC, can determine whether negligence contributed to your injuries. We thoroughly investigate your case and obtain evidence of any labor law code violations.
If you suffered electric shock injuries at work, several parties may be liable for the damages you suffered. Labor laws that protect workers on the job site include:
Due to the complexity of New York labor laws, it is in your best interests to consult an experienced electric shock accident lawyer to hold one or more parties accountable for your injuries.
The compensation that an electrician or construction worker may recover in an electric shock accident claim will depend on the specific circumstances of the case. Generally, compensation may include several economic and non-economic damages:
At Lever & Ecker, PLLC, we aim to maximize your recovery by working with the best experts in the appropriate fields to properly assess the extent of your injuries and losses. We aggressively negotiate with insurance companies on your behalf and take your case to trial if necessary.
If you suffered an electric shock injury at work, the award-winning lawyers at Lever & Ecker, PLLC, fight to hold one or more parties accountable for the injuries you suffered due to negligence. With 65+ years of combined experience and a 99% success rate, we can get to the heart of your case to recover the compensation you deserve.
We handle all aspects of your claim and communicate with you from initial consultation to resolution, even preparing for trial if necessary. To schedule a free consultation, call (914) 288-9191 or (718) 933-3632 or fill out our contact form.