Electrocution Tips for Attorneys by State

Electric injury cases can be extremely difficult. As devastating as an electric shock can be for the human body and handling an electrocution lawsuit with the right result is no easy goal. There are a lot of aspects to take into consideration and, as an electric injury lawyer, you will need an array of top notch experts and understanding of the complex issues for you to consider on your client’s behalf.

This is the reason why we have designed this page. Here you will find a couple of tips that will help you start on the right foot. These were written by electrocution attorney Chris Beard who has undertaken electric injury cases with successful outcomes in Maryland and has decided to share his expertise with lawyers across the U.S.

Chris is licensed to practice law in Maryland.   In other states where he is not admitted, he can apply with the local court to appear for clients in each case and work with local counsel if the matter has to be litigated. Whenever an issue comes up in the claims stage he will also consult if invited by local counsel to do so.

Click on your state and the case plan tab to find out more about how to approach an electrocution case and what you absolutely need to do to increase your client’s chances of receiving compensation.

 

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