Absolutely, you can sue for an electrical injury. Oftentimes, what you’ll see is that that’s a result of negligence on behalf of your employer. You’re going to want to seek counsel for a workers’ compensation. It is very often the case that that can happen from a lot of different perspectives. Different companies that have shipped products that have electrical failures, different kind of government entities including electrical utilities that have had faulty equipment, and from premises owners who have allowed a condition to be on their property that results in electrical injury to you or to others. Those would be the type of people that you would see immediately.
Basically, electrical equipment and electricity is the kind of thing that has an inherent danger to it. It’s people who are in charge of or who control electricity who have a specific duty to protect you and to protect others because of the inherent dangers with electricity.
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