ELECTRICAL EXPERT WITNESS CASE STUDIES

OSHA Expert Witness Comments on Workplace Accident ELECTRICAL Expert Case

OSHA Expert Witness Comments on Workplace Accident

This case involves an injury to an installer who was working in a commercial building. The plaintiff worked on all of the duct work for an HVAC unit. He had been told by the supervising electrician of the commercial building (who was employed by the buildi …

Electrical Worker Assaults Confrontational Resident ELECTRICAL Expert Case

Electrical Worker Assaults Confrontational Resident

…  case involves an employee of an electrical company who was instructed to make improvements to the electrical wires outside of an apartment building following a snowstorm. He was instructed to disconnect electrical power from the apartment building during the day (for approximately …

Da Vinci Surgical Device Severely Burns Patient ELECTRICAL Expert Case

Da Vinci Surgical Device Severely Burns Patient

…  significant burns to her skin from the high-intensity electrical energy. The patient had to undergo plastic surgery to remove scar …

Severe Nerve Damage Caused by IV Line ELECTRICAL Expert Case

Severe Nerve Damage Caused by IV Line

This case involves a forty-two-year-old woman who complained of severe shooting pain down her forearm after a nurse placed an IV line in her wrist. The patient continued to complain of persistent pain and requested that the IV be removed, but the nursing s …

Allegedly Defective Electrical Heater Causes Store to Burn Down ELECTRICAL Expert Case

…  a store burning down due to an allegedly defective electrical heater. The plaintiffs owned a small clothing store and used an electrical heater placed in a window to warm their store. One day, the electrical heater overheated, and the window lit on fire, eventually spreading …

Public Utility Causes Additional Damage Post Hurricane Sandy ELECTRICAL Expert Case

Public Utility Causes Additional Damage Post Hurricane Sandy

This case involves a house that sustained significant damage during Hurricane Sandy, allegedly due to the actions of the power company and its procedures. An appraisal valued the house at $800,000. The plaintiff’s house was partially submerged during a f …

Eminent Domain Case Involving Possible Improper “Taking” of Land ELECTRICAL Expert Case

This case involves an electric utility company placing power cable lines around the plaintiff’s property, serving as a “taking” under the laws of the state’s jurisdiction. The power company began purchasing land in the South, and rather than going  …