Like most career fields, electricians are required to have special training and skills to do their work safely. Unfortunately, even the best-trained electricians can be exposed to many on-the-job hazards that could result in injury or death.
If you or a loved one is injured or killed while working as an electrician, you may be able to obtain compensation or work-injury benefits that ensure your workplace accident doesn’t lead to financial devastation. It can, however, be challenging to understand your legal rights and take advantage of all of the different benefits and protections provided by the Georgia Workers’ Compensation Act
. At Kaufman Law
, our workers’ compensation attorneys are readily prepared to represent you.
Common injuries that electricians may endure are:
- Electrical Shock
- Repetitive Stress Injuries
- Overexertion Injuries
- Neck & Back Injuries
- Shoulder & Arm Injuries
- Muscle Strain
If you have questions about a potential Georgia workers’ compensation claim, contact us here