Dedicated Legal Guidance For Electrocution And Burn Injury Claims

The consequences of electrocution and burn injuries can be catastrophic for individuals and families. Fires, explosions and electric shocks cause severe burns, heart attacks and sometimes death. This leaves victims not only in physical and emotional anguish, but also in financial difficulty and a state of uncertainty.

The skilled lawyers at Morris & Dean in Dalton, Georgia, are prepared to investigate the cause of the fire or electric shock in your case and pursue full and fair compensation for you if you have a claim.

Marcus Morris, a partner in our firm, was a firefighter before he became an attorney. This experience gives him a deep compassion for the victims of burn injuries — and a unique insight into the cause of fires and electrocutions and the true costs victims face. He uses this knowledge to help build strong cases for our clients.

Thorough Investigation, Aggressive Representation

We believe it is extremely important to seek full and fair compensation in an electric shock or burn injury claim. Victims who survive these catastrophes need sufficient financial support for their ongoing medical care, rehabilitation expenses, lost wages, and pain and suffering. Those who have lost loved ones to electrocution or fire caused by negligence deserve compensation for wrongful death.

There is a two-year statute of limitations for wrongful death claims under Georgia law, so we need to begin working on your case soon if you have lost a loved one.

When we represent electrocution and burn injury clients, we use our extensive legal experience to protect their interests by:

  • Fully investigating the cause of the fire or electric shock, whether it was an on-the-job accident, a defective product, or the careless acts of another person or business.
  • Assessing the current and future costs of your injury, including rehabilitation, emotional trauma, lost earnings and, in the event of fatal injuries, funeral costs.
  • Researching thoroughly to uncover the sources of compensation, from workers' compensation coverage to individuals, organizations and insurance companies.
  • Preparing your claim for strategic negotiations and/or trial — whatever it takes to reach the best possible outcome for you.

Contact A Lawyer Today

It is important to talk to a reputable personal injury attorney soon after a fire or electric shock event. Contact us soon so that we can begin building your legal case if you have one. These cases need to be investigated as soon as possible, while the evidence is still intact. Call 706-847-4086 or send an email to schedule a free, no-obligation consultation to talk to an attorney at our firm about your options.