Phoenix Electrical Injury Attorneys

Between overhead power lines and underground electrical lines, most people work or live near high-voltage electricity every day. Transformers, substations and switching cabinets are extremely dangerous and if not properly secured, maintained and labeled, will pose an extreme hazard to the public and those working around them.

High-Voltage Distribution Systems

Despite the invisible dangers that electricity poses to the unsuspecting, violations of established high-voltage distribution standards do occur. At The Brewer Law Firm, our Phoenix lawyers have more than 40 years of experience representing individuals who suffered electrical injuries. In every case, the result is serious and often involves:

  • Utility negligence
  • National Electrical Safety Code (NESC) violations
  • Operations and maintenance procedure violations
  • Transmission design
  • Overhead and underground construction standards
  • California General Orders 95, 128 and 165
  • Improper grounding
  • Overhead clearance violations

Household Electrical Circuits

Household electrical circuitsHousehold and workplace electrical injuries most often occur because of construction or contractor negligence. Taking shortcuts and failing to follow long-established building codes are dangerous to the unsuspecting public. These include:

  • Construction negligence
  • Contractor negligence
  • National Electrical Code (NEC) violations
  • UL code violations
  • ANSI code violations
  • Building and electrical code violations
  • Failure to obtain a permit
  • Failure to obtain the proper building inspection
  • Layperson workmanship
  • Failure to use a licensed electrical contractor

While the likelihood of death is not as probable when compared to high-voltage electrical injuries, household electrical injuries are permanent and often create wounds that last a lifetime.

Were You Injured In An Electrical Accident?

At The Brewer Law Firm, our attorneys have more than 40 years of experience representing individuals throughout Arizona and the United States who suffered electrical burn injuries involving both high-voltage and household electrical circuits.

To discuss your case with us in a free, no-obligation consultation, please call 602-254-9813 or complete our intake form. Hablamos Español.