Electrical Lineman In North Carolina Suffers Fatal Shock After Crossing Wires.

Even professionals who work with electricity on a daily basis can be at risk of shock if they don’t pay close attention to what they are doing while working. Electrical shocks have become more and more of a common occurrence in the last decades, with the level of shock ranging from an unpleasant feeling in your extremities to fatally injuring someone.  The expert electrical shock accident lawyers and wrongful death attorneys at the Law Offices of Gilbert R. Hoy, Jr. and Affiliates have been serving our Massachusetts based clients for over a quarter of a century, helping our clients recover millions of dollars in damages for their personal injuries.

A lineman was killed this past Wednesday morning while working on power lines near Fairmont, North Carolina. After the man was injured, he was rushed to the Southeastern Regional Medical Center, where he later died. The Robeson County, North Carolina Sheriff’s Office received a call shortly after 10:00 am from East Coast Electrical Construction about a lineman being electrocuted. A witness said the lineman may have crossed the wrong wires.

The Sheriff’s Office is investigating the incident, but they believe it was accidental. The lineman’s name has not yet been released, but was a contractor employed by East Coast Electric of Pembroke, North Carolina. East Coast Electric is a company that works all along the East Coast, with their main office in the Baltimore, Maryland area.

If you or a loved one has been electrocuted due to someone else’s negligence, you may be entitled to significant monetary damages. To discuss your potential electrical accident claim, and your possible recoverable damages, with an expert Boston electrocution and personal injury attorney or a wrongful death lawyer specialist here at our Boston, Massachusetts law firm, contact us by phone, 24/7, at 617-787-3700, or email us at info@gilhoylaw.com for your free and confidential consultation. Your needs are our top priority!

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