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Why So Many Turn to Injured 914

We grew up here and work here.  We raised families here and live in the same communities from which the jury will be selected.  Our offices are close by or we will come to you.  We practice regularly in the State and Federal courts in White Plains, and appear frequently before the judges here. If you’ve been injured in an electrical explosion, call Injured 914 to speak with an attorney who can get you the compensation you deserve.

Electrical Explosion Injury Lawyers

Representing Victims of Electrical Explosions in White Plains, NY and Surrounding Areas

Unfortunately, electrical explosions in New York are an all too common occurrence. Injuries from an electrical explosion can be devastating, resulting in lifelong complications. It is imperative that if you are injured in an electrical explosion, you seek medical treatment immediately. If the blast was the result of negligence or an unsafe condition, you may be entitled to compensation. 

You need to act fast to preserve your rights and your chances at recovery if you are injured in an explosion. You should never accept a settlement from a liable party, without first consulting a knowledgeable attorney. 

Our lawyers understand that the harm you have suffered from an electrical explosion can be life-shattering, but we can help. Our White Plains electrical explosion injury lawyers are skilled litigators who will fight hard to get you the compensation you deserve. Contact Injured 914 today to discuss your case in a free consultation.


Types of Injuries Resulting from an Electrical Explosion

Injuries resulting from electrical explosions are rarely mild. According to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), the most common harm resulting from electrical incidents involves:

Electrical burns

Arc or flash burns


Thermal contact burns


Internal bleeding


Tissue destruction


Nerve or muscle damage


Involuntary muscle contractions


Lung damage


Damage to your eyesight


Hearing loss

In addition, electrical explosions can cause debris to be pushed from the ground or blown from buildings. Flying debris and other projectiles can cause irreparable harm to innocent victims. Electrical explosions can also result in an arc flash or an arc blast, which can be cataclysmic to anyone near the epicenter.

Common Causes of Electrical Explosions

Electrical explosions can have a number of underlying causes. Some of the most common causes include:

  • Antiquated or outdated wiring
  • Water seeping into electrical systems
  • Fires
  • Gas leaks
  • Old pipes or conduit
  • Human error

In order to determine the root cause of the explosion, you will likely need to conduct a thorough investigation. Without the help of an experienced attorney, you may not be able to obtain all of the evidence you need to prove your case. 

Getting compensation for your injuries will often require subpoenaing documents, video and audio recordings, safety records, and company memos in addition to retaining well-qualified experts to opine as to the negligence and short-comings of the party responsible for the electrical explosion. To have the best chance at receiving the maximum recovery available in your case, you need to contact a highly-qualified trial attorney.

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Hire an Experienced Electrical Explosion Injury Lawyer

At Injured 914, we stand by our clients in and out of the courtroom as zealous advocates for their rights and recovery. If you have been injured as the result of someone else’s negligence or wrongdoing, you deserve experience you can count on. Contact our office at (914) 368-7168 to speak directly with an attorney about your legal options.

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