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Utah Electrical Injury Attorney

An electrical injury can be devastating to both the victim and the family. Whether you have been injured at home or at work, at Coulter & Tateoka, we can help you fight for legal justice and financial compensation. Contact one of our Utah Electric Shock Lawyers today for a free consultation.

Electric shock injuries occur when your body is in contact with electricity. This can occur in a number of instances and can result in several serious medical conditions and health concerns including:


  • Burns to the area
  • Loss of feeling, numbness
  • Dangerous changes to the heart, heart fibrillation
  • Problems with the heart and the lungs as well as other parts of the nervous system
  • Brain damage
  • Broken bones
  • Soft tissue injury
  • Ventricular fibrillation
  • Muscle tears

Dealing with the aftermaths of an electric shock injury can take time.

Regardless of what type of injury you have sustained, one thing remains the same – you deserve compensation for what has happened. A Utah personal injury lawyer can help make the recovery process much easier by helping you recover compensation for damages including:

  • A loss of income and projected income
  • Measures of rehabilitation including equipment and therapy
  • Medications, surgeries, consultations with doctors
  • Loss of quality of life
  • Emotional hardship and distress

Have you lost a loved one due to an electrical injury?

Electrocution can also result in fatality. In fact, around 20 percent of all fatalities are due to electrical shock. If you have lost a loved one due to an electric shock incident, then you may be looking at a wrongful death lawsuit. If the incident could have been prevented with proper maintenance, attention, safety and care by someone else, then this is grounds for a lawsuit.

Electric shocks in the workplace can result in serious injuries.

If you have been electrocuted on the job, then you will most likely need to file a claim for the accident. You may be offered compensation through worker’s compensation. However, in many instances, what is offered will not be enough to cover the costs and complications involved in this type of injury. When injured at work, it is best to consult a Utah personal injury lawyer to confirm that you are getting everything you are entitled to for your suffering.

Outside of the job front, electric shocks can happen in a home, on the street, at a neighbor’s house and anywhere else where electricity runs. Homeowner liability insurance often covers against injuries sustained by electric shock but is this enough?

In many instances, it will not be and you will be looking at several thousands, if not more, of out of pocket expenses. Most insurance companies also do not take your pain and suffering into account. At Coulter & Tateoka, we will work on your behalf to ensure that you are compensated for all your losses, physically, emotionally and financially. This is our promise to you.