Long-Term Injuries from Electrocution
In addition to the severe pain and acute injuries of an electrocution injury, our firm understands that severe electric shock comes with long-term effects as well. When we investigate electrocution injuries, we keep in mind that our clients deserve compensation and security for their future struggles, not just the injuries they have in the present.
Long-term electric shock injuries include:
- Loss of cognitive function
- Damaged memory
- Slower processing ability
- Loss of balance and coordination
- Severe psychological trauma
These injuries affect a person’s ability to work and enjoy life. As a result, many victims find that they can no longer stay employed or earn money as well as they once had—combined with the need for rehabilitation and therapy, this can lead to severe financial and emotional strain. One of the only ways electric shock victims can recover their injury expenses is through personal injury litigation.
More Than $1 Billion Won in Verdicts and Settlements
The Simon Law Firm, P.C. has decades of experience handling cases involving serious and complex injuries, including electrocution and electric shock. Our lean, agile firm devotes all of our resources to a limited caseload, so each case receives the investigative skill and resources of our entire personal injury team. As a result, our expert medical witnesses, economists, therapists, and other professionals help us develop a robust and compelling argument for your compensation. This approach has helped us secure the futures and well-being of hundreds of clients over the years.