Wright Law, PLC also handles personal injuries claims. Some examples of claims we handle include:
Electrical or electrocution injuries:
Electric utilities must provide the highest degree of care in supplying homes and businesses with electricity. Most jurisdictions have established national standards in regulating those utilities. The National Electrical Safety Code (NESC) governs how utilities and power lines must be installed; it specifies standards for insulating those lines to prevent lines from coming into contact with persons. The National Electric Safety Code (NEC) governs installation of power into homes and likewise specifies certain safety standards for protections of people who will be in those homes.
When utilities or contractors fail to follow these standards in the installation and maintenance of power supplies, people can suffer serious injuries and will need the help of a trial lawyer to fight and get justice for them.
Loading or forklift injuries:
Forklifts and other unloading equipment can cause injuries when companies fail to take reasonable care in offloading and loading cargo which can result in falling object injuries or injuries from the equipment itself. Companies should follow established federal regulations to prevent these injuries from happening.
When companies fail to use reasonable care to protect the safety of persons in the loading or unloading of cargo resulting in injury, contact an experienced trail attorney to consult with you.
Gas or pipeline explosions or injuries:
Oil and gas companies must monitor and periodically repair pipelines to prevent explosions and contamination of the surrounding environment. Failure to do so can result in catastrophic losses of lives and significant damage to the peoples’ land and the environment.
When companies fail to live up their obligations and someone suffers an injury or damage to their land or property, they may need the help of an experienced trial attorney to obtain justice.
Inadequate security or premises liability:
Dangerous property conditions and inadequate security can result in injuries to invited guests or customers. Property owners and occupiers must use proper care to inspect and correct dangerous conditions on their properties and to provide adequate security personnel for known conditions.
When companies fail to take proper precautions, people can suffer injuries and damages. If this happens, they may need the aid of an experienced trial attorney to help get them justice and compensation.