Man alleges he was electrocuted while repairing spotlight at Salvation Army building

By Noddy A. Fernandez | Jan 11, 2019

CHICAGO – A man alleges he was electrocuted at a Chicago location because the building's owners failed to maintain the electrical system.

Daniel Tindall filed a complaint on Jan. 2 in Cook County Circuit Court against The Salvation Army and The Salvation Army Services Inc., alleging negligence.

According to the complaint, on Jan. 16, 2016, Tindall was using the sidewalk owned and maintained by defendants when he was allegedly electrocuted while attempting to fix a broken adjustable arm for a spotlight.

The plaintiff alleges he was severely and permanently injured both internally and externally and suffered a severe shock to his nervous system. 

The alleges The Salvation Army failed to maintain the electrical system and failed to repair and replace the wiring of the electrical system.

The plaintiff seeks judgment for $50,000, plus costs. He is represented by Brent A. Smith of Law Office of Daniel E. Goodman LLC in Rosemont.

Cook County Circuit Court case number 18-L-000024

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