Cleveland Electrical Burn Attorneys

Seeking Maximum Compensation for Cuyahoga County Ohio Electrocution Victims

When electricity passes through the human body, energy is given off in the form of heat, which is the main culprit of electrical burn injuries. The extent of the burn depends on the size of the current as well as the pathway and length of exposure. But, if you've suffered an electrical burn injury on a construction site, you know it's about more than that. You have real questions such as:

  • How much medical treatment will I need?
  • How will I pay my medical bills?
  • Will I ever be able to go back to work?
  • Am I entitled to any compensation?

A Tradition of Helping Electrical and Burn Injury Victims Get What They Deserve

At the Cleveland law firm of Bashein & Bashein, we have been standing up for personal injury victims in Ohio since 1949. We are committed to helping you get the maximum compensation you are entitled to for your electrical and burn injuries and will fight aggressively every step of the way. We have argued cases all the way to the Ohio Supreme Court and will go the distance to make sure you get what you deserve.

To discuss your legal options after an electrocution accident with a skilled attorney, contact us today. We offer free initial consultations. We have the experience and resources to handle workers' compensation claims as well as third party injury claims.

What Will It Take to Fully Recover?

The victims of serious burns face a long road to recovery, consisting of very expensive medical procedures. It is important to make sure you receive the full compensation you need to pay for medical expenses and other things that must be done so you can live as normal a life as possible.

We work closely with plastic surgeons, medical professionals, rehabilitation specialists and other experts to determine what you need and then go after it aggressively at the negotiating table and in the courtroom.

Contact Bashein & Bashein at 216-539-8437 or toll free 888-340-5284 today for a free consultation with a lawyer.