• February 24, 2017

William Sheets Killed in Glendale, AZ, Electrocution Accident

Glendale, AZ -- October 3, 2016, William Sheets suffered fatal injuries following an accident where he was electrocuted during an installation job.

Authorities reported that Sheets was doing electrical work for Electric Service & Control Systems, Inc., which is based out of Glendale.

Reports indicated that Sheets was doing contract work, attempting to install a grounding wire to a switch box. For reasons that weren't made clear, he made contact with a live wire and was fatally electrocuted.

Investigators have not released the details surrounding the accident. It's unclear what factors contributed to the fatal incident.

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There are a few very important questions that need to be asked here. How did Mr. Sheets come in contact with the wire? Who was in charge of shutting off the power? Did he have proper safety equipment? Did something malfunction that caused the shock to occur?

There are a lot of possibilities, and these preliminary reports haven't done much to clear things up. There will need to be a more thorough independent investigation before any sort of resolution can be reached. The only way to find justice for this tragedy is to know the full story of what occurred.

--Grossman Law Offices


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