Electric shock injuries occur when someone comes into contact with an electrical energy source, such as high-voltage wires or lightning, sufficient enough to cause damage to a part of the body. These injuries produce noticeable damage such as internal and external burns, injury to bones and internal organs. The neurological system of nerves, heart, and lungs can also be affected.
A Diffuse Electrical Injury (DEI) is a rare form of electric shock, and can lead to an incorrect diagnosis because the symptoms are less characteristic of a typical electric shock injury.
If you have suffered a serious electrical injury, contact the Serious Suits.