Two Georgia Power Men Burned in On-The-Job Accident Georgia injury lawyers who have handled thousands of workers compensation claims, few on-the-job injuries are as horrifying to us as burn injuries.
Today 11 Alive News and WSB News reported that two Georgia Power employees suffered burns today as they were replacing a utility pole in Milton, Georgia. It is thought that as the crew was drilling a new hole for the pole, they hit a natural gas line which sparked an explosion. One of the injured Georgia Power workers, who was about 35 feet up in a bucket lift at the top of the pole, jumped to try to escape the flames. He was reportedly burned over 80% of his body and was airlifted to Grady Memorial Hospital’s burn unit.

The workers compensation lawyers at Finch McCranie, LLP have been representing injured workers for over 40 years. If you or a loved one have been injured in a work related accident, call us today to learn about your rights. Seeking legal counsel early on when you are injured on-the-job makes it far easier to protect your rights .

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