Swimming is a very common and refreshing activity for Southern California residents. Swimming pools, however, are also dangerous facilities that need to be carefully maintained by their owner, and oversight must be given to guests.
In fact, statistics show that thousands of deaths occur every year in the United States as the result of submersion in water. Children are especially vulnerable to the dangers of swimming pools.
If you or a loved one has suffered from a near-drowning accident, get the legal attention you need from Werner Law Firm’s experienced swimming pool injuries lawyers.
EXPERIENCED SWIMMING POOL INJURIES LAWYERS & REPRESENTATION
Whether the owner is a residential individual, the Home Owners Association (HOA), or government, The Werner Law Firm can develop a solid case to hold them responsible for your or and/or your child’s injuries.
To get started on the path toward just compensation, schedule a free case evaluation to speak with one of our swimming pool injuries lawyers today.
SWIMMING POOL INJURIES & LIABILITY
Swimming pool accidents commonly result from:
- Children swimming too close to an underwater drain.
- Slip and falls near the pool.
- Diving board accidents.
- Slide accidents.
Thus, these accidents can result in catastrophic injuries – from concussions and fractures to strains and sprains. The loss of a life is the worst outcome that can occur as the result of a swimming pool accident.
If the injury occurred at another person’s pool, they may be liable for the damages suffered. Under the state’s law, property owners have a duty of care to keep their swimming pool premise free of unnecessary dangers. If the property owner knew, or should have known, about the dangerous condition that caused the injury, he or she could be held liable.