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Springfield Electrocution Accident Lawyers

Electric Shock Injury and Electrical Deaths in Southwest Missouri

Electrocution is a terrible way to die. Those people who survive electrical accidents commonly suffer a wide range of disabling injuries, from burns and nerve damage to heart problems or mental impairment.

At the Law Offices of Dan Moody and Paul Wacker, L.L.C., we are attuned to the severe injuries and painful recovery for victims of electrical injury, and the grief when a family member’s life is cut short by negligence. We work diligently to hold property owners, utility companies, manufacturers and others accountable for these preventable tragedies.

We know the questions to ask in electrocution and electrical injury cases.

Our Springfield lawyers handle personal injury and wrongful death litigation in southwest Missouri and northwest Arkansas. Contact us today for a free consultation.

Springfield Electrocution Attorneys • Missouri and Arkansas Electrical Burn Attorneys

Electrocution technically means a fatality, but sometimes it refers to injuries from contact with live current. Trial lawyers Dan Moody and Paul Wacker have handled many scenarios of electrical accidents:

  • Contact with overhead power lines or buried cables
  • Contact with wires on ladders and bucket trucks
  • Failure to shut off power at construction sites
  • Exposed wiring, electrical shorts, ungrounded wires and arcing

For example, we were involved in the case of a boy who was electrocuted in a private swimming pool because an underwater lamp was not grounded correctly.

In one high-profile case, Dan Moody successfully sued a power company on behalf of two young boys who climbed into a tree house and touched a “non-live” high-voltage wire. One boy lost his arm and the other lost his hand. Mr. Moody obtained a seven-figure recovery and structured the settlement so that his clients would be taken care of for the rest of their lives.

We know how to work up full damages in catastrophic injury claims to compensate clients for the profound impact and for ongoing needs. We work with electric shock victims and their doctors and family members to recover full compensation for amputation, severe electrical burns, neurological impairment, brain damage, heart damage or organ damage; surgery and physical therapy; lost income, lost quality of life, and pain and suffering.

We Take Care of Our Clients

Arrange a free case evaluation with experienced, compassionate and capable attorneys. We are centrally located in Springfield, across from St. John’s Hospital on Sunshine Street just east of National, next to the Mexican Villa Restaurant. Contact Paul at 417-882-1933, email, [email protected] or Dan at 417-882-1933, email, [email protected].

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