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More than twice the electricity a condemned prisoner receives after being strapped into an electric chair -- 7,600 volts -- was the amount a Greene County, Alabama (AL), man received when his vehicle hit a low-hanging power line. After years of constant pain in his right arm, the man has successfully won $1.5 injury verdict against the electric company. My colleagues and I have experience handling electrocution and electric shock injury cases. To read more, click over to "Alabama Man Electrically Shocked by Low-Hanging Wire Wins $1.5 M Verdict."