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Power Tool & Electrical Accidents

Electric power tools and other electrical components and wiring are a reality on construction sites. On safe, responsible construction projects, these tools and equipment have been monitored and checked for safety and are properly maintained and stored before and during the construction process. When they are not, workers can be seriously harmed, and be subject to lost wages, medical bills, and undue pain and suffering.


Want to learn more about your options? Contact our team today to speak with one of our attorneys at (631) 737-4110 today.


At Gruenberg Kelly Della, we believe that workers in hazardous industries such as construction deserve careful consideration from equipment manufacturers, their employers, and each other. Our team of Long Island construction accident attorneys have time and time again helped injured construction workers pursue the relief they deserve when an onsite accident has occurred.


We have recovered more than $100 million on behalf of our injured clients and know what it takes to navigate an injury claim to a just outcome.

Common Power Tool & Electrical Hazards​


There are countless ways workers can be hurt by power tools and electricity on a construction site. Many of these ways can be attributed to improper management, manufacturing, or actions by fellow workers.


Compensation may be possible for cases of:


  • Tool manufacturing defects
  • Unsafe worker actions around saws and other dangerous tools
  • Electrical arcing due to power line or crane placement
  • Dangerous/incomplete grounding work for electrical components
  • Improper “lockout/tagout” practices
  • Tools that were bought from unlicensed resellers before a project
  • Tools that were not properly maintained
  • Tools that were not properly stored


If you believe that one of these circumstances contributed directly to your power tool or electrical injury, then the time to speak with counsel is now. Our team is ready to hear your story and, if necessary, start taking aggressive action towards recovering the compensation you deserve.


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