Electrocution Accidents

Because it is necessary for running machines and equipment, as well as having electrical lines in any structure, the danger of electrocution is never ever present. Workers can come in contact with an exposed live wire or the accidental severing of a live wire. For workers performing jobs at heights, it becomes even more hazardous when overhead power lines are very close. OSHA has formulated many rules when dealing with electricity.
Elevator Accidents
Falls or Slipping Accidents
Fires and Explosions
Scaffolding Failure

Why Choose Sinel Law?

Sinel & Associates, PLLC successfully handles a large volume of cases. We review every page of every report and our reputable team of specialists and experts will come to Court to testify on your behalf. This dedication and diligence allows us to to achieve superior results for many of our clients. Call Sinel Law at 212.465.1000 to receive a free consultation about the claims that you may have after suffering from hospital negligence. We will fight to bring you justice.