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Electrocution Injury Attorneys in Houston

Winning Representation Backed by 100+ Years of Experience

Electric currents are highly destructive to the human body, often causing catastrophic injuries. Victims of electrocution accidents can suffer cardiac arrest, permanent nerve damage, severe skin burns, and internal organ damage. Any combination of these conditions can require lifelong medical care and monitoring, which could cost millions of dollars.

Those who survive electrocution are often left with chronic pain and emotional trauma, as well. Many are unable to continue to work or earn an income because of their injuries. If your electrocution could have been prevented, you may be entitled to financial compensation from the responsible person or entity who caused your avoidable injuries. Compensation may cover your physical and emotional suffering, all past and future medical expenses related to your accident, as well as lost wages and/or lost earning potential.

Fibich, Leebron, Copeland & Briggs is here to fight for you. Backed by 100+ years of combined experience, we have successfully helped hundreds of injured victims recover the compensation they need after suffering from someone else’s negligent or reckless behavior. Because we work on a contingency fee basis, consultations are free and you won’t owe us any fee until we win your case.

Contact our Houston catastrophic injury attorneys at Fibich, Leebron, Copeland & Briggs for a free case evaluation at (713) 999-3681. We provide aggressive legal representation for claims involving electric shock and electrocution injuries.

What Causes Electrocution?

Anyone who comes in contact with a source of electricity can be electrocuted. Victims may be harmed at work, at home, or while on another person’s property. Even a seemingly small hazard like a broken lightbulb can sometimes be enough to cause damaging electric shock injuries. Electrocution is most prevalent among construction workers, who may be injured when encountering powerlines or while working with electrical lines not up to safety requirement standards. No matter the cause of your preventable accident, you are entitled to seek justice and compensation for your electrocution claim from the responsible party; and we are here to help.

Do I Need an Electrocution Lawyer?

If you’ve suffered from preventable electric shock or electrocution injuries, you may be entitled to compensation. Our Houston personal injury lawyers at Fibich, Leebron, Copeland & Briggs are ready to fight aggressively in pursuit of compensation on your behalf. We understand that if you’ve been electrocuted, you want justice for the great hardships you’ve faced as a result. At this trying time of your life, it will help you to secure a legal advocate who will work tirelessly to prove your injuries could have been avoided. Our attorneys have the legal experience to help you take on the task of filing an electrocution injury claim. To date, we have successfully recovered millions of dollars in compensation for our clients, and we are ready to do the same for you.

Contact us online or call (713) 999-3681 today to book a free, no-obligation consultation with our nationally-recognized trial attorneys at Fibich, Leebron, Copeland & Briggs.

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