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Electrician Workers Compensation Injuries - St. Louis MO Lawyers

We are Lawyers specializing in Electrician Work Comp Injuries in Missouri.

Electricians Hurt with Work Comp Injuries

Electricians are at risk of a variety of work related injuries as part of their employment.  The most significant danger involves the danger of electrocution, electrical shock and electrical burn.  Any electrical accident can result of very serious injuries and affect an electrician's ability maintain employment.  Such injuries can affect hearing and respiratory function and cause permanent muscle damage and nerve damage.  This danger may be created by subcontractors or other third parties that leave wiring in unsafe or “hot.”  Our Firm will examine in any case the possible responsibility of third parties for an electrician’s injuries and pursue such claims in addition to attempting to obtain maximum recovery through the Missouri Workers’ Compensation system.

Our Firm has also handled carpal tunnel claims made by electricians.  The continual use of the hands and arms by electricians leaves them prone to such repetitive motion type injuries.  Lifting and carrying of electrical cable and the physical tasks that electricians perform as part of their work duties also leave them susceptible to injuries.  Electricians also are involved in vehicle accidents while operating their work trucks and vans.  

No Recovery, No Fee!

The Hein Law Firm takes injury cases on a contingency basis. This means you will only pay attorney's fees if we obtain compensation for you. For a free consultation with a lawyer, call us at (314) 645-7900 or contact us online.

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