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Pennsylvania Electrocution Wrongful Death Bus Accident Beaver Falls
A Pennsylvania wrongful death electrocution bus accident took place in North Sewickley Township, Beaver County near Pittsburgh PA on August 23, 2019. The Beaver Falls bus accident electrocution took place at the intersection of Foster Road and Mercer Road. The Pennsylvania bus accident took place around 2:30 p.m. The bus was in an accident involving fallen power utility wires and when the bus driver stepped out of the vehicle he suffered his Pennsylvania electrocution wrongful death near Pittsburgh PA. The Beaver County coroner pronounced the Pennsylvania wrongful death of the 60-year-old bus driver from Ellwood City PA at the scene of the Beaver Falls electrocution bus accident. The cause of his Pittsburgh wrongful death was accidental high-voltage electrocution.
Our Pennsylvania wrongful death attorneys at the Trapani Law Firm would like to pass along our thoughts and prayers to all family members and friends affected by this Beaver Falls bus accident electrocution. Our Pittsburgh wrongful death lawyers recommend immediate medical treatment after a car accident or Pittsburgh bus accident in order to prevent any long-term personal injury. We recommend treatment at a local Pittsburgh hospital or whenever possible.
Fallen utility lines lead to many Pennsylvania electrocution wrongful death injuries each year. A Pennsylvania electrocution accident lawyer at the Trapani Law Firm offers significant experience in helping electrical accident victims get the compensation they deserve. We represent injured clients across Pennsylvania including Pittsburgh PA, Allentown, Philadelphia and the greater Lehigh Valley PA in electrocution lawsuits against local power companies like PPL and PECO.
Electrocution wrongful death and personal injuries often occur because of fallen power lines maintained by utility companies like PPL (Pennsylvania Power and Light) and PECO (Philadelphia Electric Company). A utility companies failure to replace of fix a damaged power line can have catastrophic results. Additionally, fire and burn accidents may be the result of electrical panel box malfunction. Furthermore, unsafe Pennsylvania workplace environments are known cause thousands of electrical injuries per year. Our Pennsylvania personal injury attorneys will help get you and your family back on their feet after suffering from any electrocution accident or even Pennsylvania wrongful death.
If you or family member has suffered electrocution or wrongful death as a result of a Power Companies negligence, contact a Pennsylvania electrical injury lawyer at the Trapani Law Firm. We offer free consultations and our personal injury attorneys are happy to meet you in your home or make a hospital visit in Pittsburgh, Allentown, Harrisburg PA or Philadelphia, PA. We’ll help get you and your family through this difficult time after suffering an electrical death due to fallen power lines in Pennsylvania.
MATTHEW C. TRAPANI
The injury lawyers at the Trapani Law Firm have represented hundreds of clients injured in catastrophic car accidents and other personal injury accidents. Additionally, our personal injury law firm has handled wrongful death claims for families of victims killed or injured in tragic accidents. There is no cost to our clients until our experienced attorneys have won your case.
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