Michael S. Morse

Michael S.
The Case of the Electrified Railing 
Like so many others before it, this case involved a host of unknowns — starting with an unsuspecting victim walking into what seemed like a typical job-site scenario until a hidden hazard made its abrupt entrance.
The Case of the Imperfect Bird on a Wire
After a general laborer escapes serious injury following contact with electrical current, forensic investigators liken his experience to a bird on a wire scenario
The Case of the 120V Electrocution Mystery 3
Although often dismissed by industry veterans and novices alike as trivial, working in proximity to live 120V circuits leads to the untimely and unexpected
The Case of the Misguided Move
Ask almost anyone, and you'll get the same answer. The distribution power lines with which we share our world carry a lethal dose of energy. Ironically,
The Case of the Shocking Scaffolding Mystery 1
Momentary lapse in judgment with 120V stringer light leads to tragedy for two laborers working in an industrial boiler.
Don't Discount the Danger of 120V 1
An expectation of low risk leads to life-altering and career-ending injury for one unsuspecting electrician.
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