Electricians can sometimes find themselves working in many types of construction related sites. Handling the wiring for a work site can be a tedious and arduous task that has electricians maintaining and routing power to electrical structures and providing power to many tools and devices. Even though electricians are well trained and educated tradesmen, it’s up to professional contractors and government establishments to ensure their safety.
Electricians have a very important role to play in any construction site but as with their trade they are susceptible to not only the dangers of a construction site but the electrical power and wiring itself. Finding yourself in the situation of being in a construction site you could be injured or receive an electrical shock due to the negligence of another worker, subcontractor, general contractor, property owner or even your employer.
If you find yourself in a situation where you are injured on the job due to negligence it’s important to follow up with the aid of an experienced attorney if you wish to seek compensation for your loss or damages. Ketover & Associates has dealt with a myriad of legal cases involving electrical injuries on jobsites. We have many years of experience dealing with personal injury claims and understand the complexities of injury law and construction related accidents.
We know what options you should consider when dealing with a personal injury claim and will guide you through the litigation process. Unlike most law firms, the law offices of Ketover & Associates is much more closely associated with its clients, we help you understand the intricacies of your case and seek to make you feel comfortable about the whole process.