Electricity is a vital component to everyday life. Without electricity, many offices, hospitals, businesses and homes would fail to operate successfully and would inevitably complicate the lives of hundreds of people. However, because electricity is abundant and ubiquitous, there is a significant risk of electrical injury. Electrocution injuries can occur very quickly and without warning. Furthermore, even brief contact between a human and an exposed wire/failed circuit, may lead to serious electrocution injury that can potentially lead to brain injury, severe burns, organ damage, and even wrongful death. Electrical injuries are fairly common in the workplace, but they can also happen in the home. Regardless of the setting, it is imperative to seek medical attention for your injuries. It is the responsibility of the property owner(s) to ensure that the premises are safe and protected from the potential threat of electrocution injury. If you have been hurt as a result of an electrocution injury, call the skilled personal injury lawyers of The Horwitz Law Group: (312) 641-9200 or visit: https://chicago-personal-injury-lawyers.us//practice-areas/other-practice-areas/electrocution-injury/
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