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suffering from an electrocution injury?

Every day, at least 82 people in the U.S. suffer electrical injuries. One in five is a child (source: NCBI). While electrical injuries can happen practically anywhere, many occur as a result of negligence, oversights, or careless actions.

When that happens, Morris & Dewett Injury Lawyers will vigorously advocate victims’ rights to recover full, fair compensation. For more than two decades, our electrocution injury lawyers have strategically and tirelessly represented victims and families in all types of electrical injury claims.

Known for excellence in and outside the courtroom, we have the knowledge, skills, tenacity, and resources to win the toughest cases and secure the maximum available recoveries. That’s why we’re known as leading catastrophic injury attorneys in Louisiana and Texas. And it’s why you can trust us when it’s time to file an electrical injury claim and recover.

Simply contact Morris & Dewett Injury Lawyers whenever you need answers about a potential case. We are here for you, ready to help 24/7.

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Morris & Dewett Injury Lawyers has an extraordinary record of success

in all types of electrocution and electrical injury claims. We are ready to make your claim and recovery our next victory.

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What Is an Electrocution versus an Electric Shock?

Exposure to electricity can cause injury (electrical shock) or death (electrocution). In other words, fatal electrical injuries are referred to as electrocutions while survivable trauma is generally described as an electrical injury.

What Are the Different Types of Electrical Injuries?

Electrical injuries are generally classified as:
  • 1

    Flame injuries:

    These result from clothing catching fire due to contact with some type of electrical source. An electrical current may or may not pass through the body when flame injuries occur.
  • 2

    Flash injuries:

    Fast, sharp, and intense, these electrical injuries may leave behind surface burns. However, an electrical current won’t flow through the body with flash injuries.
  • 3

    Lightning injuries:

    High-voltage electricity will pass through the body with lightning injuries, causing acute shocks and possibly severe damage.
  • 4

    “True” injuries:

    If an electrical current can enter and exit an individual, effectively making someone part of the electrical “circuit,” the damage can extend throughout the body.
Some examples of these electrical injuries include (and are not limited to):
It’s important to note that not all cases of fatal electrical shocks will occur on the spot. While exposure to high-voltage electricity can immediately electrocute people, some injuries will prove fatal in the days or weeks following the exposure.
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What Causes Electrocutions & Electric Injuries?

Exposure to electricity or a source of electricity can cause electrical injuries. Usually, that happens when people are exposed to items or elements like (but not limited to):

Where Do Electrical Injuries Occur?

Electrical injuries can happen almost anywhere there is:
Consequently, electrical injuries and electrocutions tend to occur in places like (but not limited to):

No matter where electrical injuries occur,

victims can rely on the catastrophic injury attorneys at Morris & Dewett Injury Lawyers for help. We can explain whether you have a claim and your best options for moving forward to seek justice.

We can also advocate your rights, fight to advance your claim, and work relentlessly for the best possible outcome. Find out how during a free, confidential, no-obligation consultation.

Do I Have an Electrical Shock or Electrocution Injury Claim?

If you or someone you love has suffered an electrical injury — or if you’ve lost a loved one to an electrocution accident — you could have a case and the right to sue IF:
  • The injury was caused by another party’s negligence.
  • The accident occurred within the past year if you’re in Louisiana.
  • The accident occurred within the past 2 years if you’re in Texas.
There are other factors to consider too, so it’s best to consult with an electrical injury lawyer at Morris & Dewett Injury Lawyers to get clear answers and honest advice about a possible case.

What Damages Are Available for Electric Injury Cases?

Successful electrical injury claims can result in damages for (but not limited to):
Though money may never erase the pain or harm caused by electrical injuries, it can help the injured heal and start to put their lives back together.

A 5-Star Electrocution Injury Lawyer Is Ready to Help You 24/7

You don’t have to wait or pay anything to get answers about your rights, a potential claim, and how to proceed. Just contact Morris & Dewett Injury Lawyers.

Our catastrophic injury attorneys have deep experience representing victims and families in all types of electrical injury cases. And we’re committed to providing the winning representation and client-focused service that we would expect if we were in your shoes. That’s why you can turn to us when you need to sue, win, and secure full, fair compensation.

Discover the difference our team can make in your claim and recovery by contacting us today.

Call (318) 221-1508 or Email Us for a Free, Confidential Consultation. Your path to justice can start with a call or an email.

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