Electrical Injuries Attorneys – Madison WI

Have you or your loved one suffered an electrical injury recently? You are not alone. In the United States, electrical injuries are the second major cause of fatalities in the construction industry. In the past decade, it has caused 320 deaths on an average, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, along with 4000 injuries and accounts for 5-6% of occupational fatalities.

If you have suffered burns, or other electrical injuries, then you may be eligible to obtain compensation for the cost incurred due to medical care, lost wages and other damages. We, at Eisenberg Law Offices, located in Madison, Wisconsin, understand your plight and can help you in these troubled times. As a first step, a member of our legal team will examine the extent of your injuries and discuss all legal options available at your disposal.

Effects Of Electrical Injuries

Injuries caused by electric shocks can range from mild to severe burns and may prove to be fatal. Victims of electric shocks may also get broken bones due to falling down if they are positioned on a ladder, or an elevated area. The electric current may also disrupt the cardiac activity of the victim and result in a heart attack. Electric shock affects the nerves and causes muscle damage as well. Prolonged electric shock results in brain damage and may result in lifelong disability.

If you are a victim of electric shock or your loved one has suffered an electrical injury, and you live in Madison, Wisconsin, the personal injury lawyers at Eisenberg Law Offices can help you in this critical time. You are legally entitled to receive benefits due to your injuries. We will thoroughly examine your case and proactively assist you in receiving your rightful claim.

Another important factor is the cause of your electrical injury. If your electrical injury was caused from negligence, then you have the right to receive full compensation from the negligent parties.

Causes Of Electrical Injury

Electrical injury occurs when you come into mechanical contact with an electricity source or lightening.

Negligence may also result in causing electric shocks. Improper house wiring (such as loose lighting fixtures), may lead to accidents and cause electrical injury. If industry workers come into contact with electrical machinery, defective components may lead to severe electric shocks. Sometimes, electric fault can lead to fires, which increase the risk of severe burns.

It is the responsibility of homeowners to ensure that proper safety practices are implemented in their houses. If you have suffered burns due to the negligence of your homeowners, you may be entitled to receive compensation for your loss.

Our experienced electrical injury attorneys in Madison, Wisconsin, have the necessary expertise to analyze your case and determine the best possible way to claim your damages.

Other causes may include getting ‘tasered’ or accidentally stepping on downed power lines. If you believe a stun gun was used unfairly against you, you can contact us at Eisenberg Law Offices. Our personal injury lawyers are experts at determining the best way you can defend your claim and recover damages.

The qualified electrical injury attorneys at Eisenberg Law Offices, in Madison, Wisconsin, can relieve the stress caused by your unforeseen injuries. We have plenty of winning experience! We recognize the problems you are facing and will work tirelessly to bring relief to you and your loved ones. We will aggressively fight to recover your due damages. If you or your loved one has suffered from an electrical injury, don’t delay, contact us today for a free consultation and decide for yourself!




Eisenberg Law has successfully represented our clients in thousands of Personal Injury, Criminal Defense and Family Law Cases during our 30-plus years in business.


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