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One Electrical Accident at Work Can Forever Change Your Future

2 months ago, an employee suffered an incredibly painful 12,000-volt shock after coming in contact with a live wire at work. His recovery has been slow and painful...and had to have both hands amputated.

The initial accident was horrible enough...but now, what's the skilled worker to do? He won't ever be able to function at his job the same way again. He will face constant struggles and uphill challenge in his battle to get back on track.

He's not only losing his salary, wages, and way of life from the past few months...but also, his ability to continue to make wages in his profession has been greatly been altered. 

Injuries suffered through electrical accidents can have long-lasting effects. Not only should physical injuries be considered, but longer-impacting mental and emotional issues should be considered when determining the worker's proper compensation. Many electrical workers who have been shocked or injured while on the job find that they lack total confidence (or the ability) to do their job properly. This is why it's so important to look both long- & short-term when determining rightful compensation.

If a workplace electrical injury has caused to be unable to function at work, call Eric, Randy, and Sarah at 515-225-4485. We are well-versed in this field and will be happy to answer your questions. We will fight for your rights to get you the compensation you deserve. 

We are here to help...and Eric, Randy, and Sarah are ready to get you your rightful compensation. Call us at 515-225-4485! 

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