Protecting Electrical Injury Victims For More Than 30 Years

On a job site, construction workers must rely on the safe and careful work of other contractors and workers as electrical injuries can happen when a worker or contractor is negligent. A worker may drill into an unmarked power line. Someone may lean a tool against a live wire that was left unprotected. Although construction workers are most likely to suffer electrical injuries, they can happen to anyone.

At Panter, Panter & Sampedro, P.A., our experienced electrical injury attorneys have been protecting the rights of injured construction workers in Miami and throughout Florida for more than 30 years. If you or a loved one has suffered a severe electrical injury, we will help you hold the negligent party responsible.

If you have suffered a serious injury, we can help you. Our firm has obtained verdicts and settlements in excess of $20 million for our clients. These results place us among the state and national leaders in personal injury litigation. Contact us online or call now at 305-662-6178 for a free consultation with our experienced Miami electrical injury lawyers.


A serious electrical burn can cause severe physical and emotional trauma, with injuries that can result in lifelong disfigurement. A victim of an electrical injury may suffer burns and severe scarring. The current may cause heart failure and death. The most devastating aspect of these injuries is that they often don’t just happen on their own, but because someone was negligent.

Panter, Panter & Sampedro, P.A., represents clients who have suffered electrical injuries in negotiations and at every level of state and federal courts in Florida. We offer clients with electrical injuries a wide range of benefits:

  • We have an on-staff critical care nurse to evaluate electrical injuries and provide recommendations for medical care.
  • We have access to top-notch experts in burn injuries, rehabilitation and long-term care.
  • We use meticulous research and state of-the-art technology to create compelling courtroom presentations.
  • Our board-certified civil trial attorneys are prepared to go to court when the responsible parties refuse to make a fair settlement.

We serve clients in the Miami area and throughout Florida.


To learn more, schedule a free, no-risk initial consultation today. Our phones are answered 24 hours a day, seven days a week, and we offer convenient evening and weekend appointments as well as off-site meeting locations. Call 305-662-6178 or contact us online.

We accept electrical injury cases on contingency, which means that you do not pay attorney’s fees unless we obtain compensation for your lawsuit claim.


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