Swimming Pool Drowning or Water Park Drowning?  

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If you or your child has been seriously injured or killed in a swimming pool drowning, water park drowning, or water accident you are at the right law firm.  Cliff Roberts will seek the justice you deserve and file a drowning lawsuit if necessary!

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Swimming Pool Drowning case or Water Park Drowning?

The loss of a loved one in a pool accident or a catastrophic injury can be emotionally and financially devastating. Therefore, it is vital that you hire the best drowning  lawyer available for your pool drowning case. Furthermore, you want to hire a lawyer that has good chance at success with settlement or a drowning lawsuit. Cliff Roberts understands the devastation and the emotional toll that this tragedy places on a loving family. As a result, Cliff  has been evaluating pool claims all over the United States for over 25 years. Therefore, if you contact us, Cliff will investigate your accident immediately.

Furthermore, if he accepts your case, Cliff will pursue maximum compensation for you and or your loved ones. Most importantly, Cliff believes that injury and drowning victims deserve Justice. Therefore, if a pool drowning lawsuit or pool death lawsuit is necessary, we have the resources to associate an expert team in your State to work with us at no additional fee to you. The responsible parties and their insurance company will have attorneys protecting their interests. Similarly, your drowning lawyers can help you protect your interests. Should you hire a swimming pool accident lawyer for severe injuries or death in a pool?

In addition, Cliff will never charge you a fee unless you get a cash recovery. Finally, your fee will never increase just because you have a great team of lawyers on your side.

Examples of swimming pool drowning and accident investigations that may lead to a drowning lawsuit include:

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  1. Swimming Pool Drowning, near drowning, and spinal cord cases.
  2. Inadequate warning signs (No diving, No lifeguards, dangerous water, etc.)
  3. Improper safety equipment
  4. Inadequate fencing, gate, latches, or barrier around pools, spas, and whirlpools
  5. Diving board malfunctions
  6. Slide defect
  7. Ladder defect
  8. No lifeguards, or poorly trained lifeguards
  9. Poorly enclosed pool drains, spas and whirlpools
  10. Electrical shock https://cliffroberts.com/practice_areas/electrocution-lawyer/
  11. Toxic pool chemicals and burns
  12. Shallow water
  13. Water clarity
  14. Inadequate alarm or cover
  15. Attractive nuisance
  16. Unsafe drain – suction entrapment
  17. Failure to provide life jackets
  18. Excessive alcohol
  19. Lack of supervision
  20. Unsafe pool design
  21. Apartment, beach, hotel, water park, country club, camp, private home
  22. Boat accident
  23. Lack of emergency equipment
  24. Delay in proper emergency response
  25. Unsafe water ride
  26. Water park or amusement park water park drowning lawsuit
  27. And many others

Where do these drownings and injuries occur?

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These accidents can occur anywhere there is a body of water.

Often times these accidents surrounding a pool death lawsuit occur at a private home pool or hot tub. However, accidents can also happen at a public pool, apartment complex, hotel, motel, school, water park, bathtub, bucket, lake, river, ocean, amusement park or elsewhere. water park drowning lawsuit 

Victims of drowning

Swimming pools are among the most dangerous recreational areas for children and adults. Thus, the Consumer Product Safety Commission has reported that every day, about ten people die from unintentional drowning. Of these drownings, two are children aged 14 or younger. In addition, drowning ranks fifth among the leading causes of unintentional injury death in the United States. Accordingly, from 2005-2014 there were an average of 3,536 fatal unintentional drownings annually in the United States or about ten deaths per day. Furthermore, an additional 332 people died each year from drowning in boating-related incidents. Accordingly, a pool death lawsuit or pool drowning lawsuit may well be justified. Consumer Product Safety Commission

Also, it is reported that several thousand children go to emergency departments each year due to incidents in pools or spas. Nonfatal drowning can actually cause brain damage that results in long-term disabilities. In addition, pool and diving board accidents can have a high risk of spinal cord injury. Paraplegia and quadriplegia accidents can leave victims paralyzed for life.

Hazardous Situations

involving pools or spas occur when there is not proper supervision or adequate life guards. Thus, the pool is not under the supervision of a responsible adult or individual at that particular point. As a direct result of that, a toddler or young child, can stroll into the swimming pool area without anyone else noticing and without any consent whatsoever and drown. However, many times there is negligence involved concerning the pool owner which causes a drowning or a negligent rescue situation. These cases tend to turn on the specific facts of each case and are influenced by State law in many cases.

Who Is liable for  these accidents?

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There are typically three types of “entrants” to a pool or water property: invitees, licensees, and trespassers. Thus, pool owners have a different level of responsibility and liability for the safety of each type of entrant. Therefore, each pool death lawsuit is different.

In addition, public pool or water park visitors are typically classified as invitees. Accordingly, these owners have a responsibility to maintain and repair the pool or park to ensure it is safe for these visitors. Guests of a pool on private property are usually licensees. Furthermore, pool owners must warn these visitors of safety hazards that are not readily apparent.

Also, it is clear that the attractive nuisance doctrine states that pool owners must make reasonable efforts to prevent children from entering without the owner’s knowledge, such as putting up a fence or other barrier to the pool.

Many swimming pool drownings

are the result of property owner carelessness. Accordingly, negligence can play a big part in many drownings and near-drowning cases. Furthermore, a lack of supervision or a problem with the premises may be to blame. Most drowning lawyers believe as we do that there are legal obligations to provide a safe swimming pool and hot tub area for children and adults.

Ownership and operation of a swimming pool usually requires supervision, fencing, and/or covering of unattended pools.

In addition, Premises & Product Liability Laws can help hold negligent parties responsible and accountable in a pool death lawsuit.

Thus, if you or your child has been seriously injured or killed in swimming pool, hot tub, or water park accident we know that it may be devastating to the whole family. Therefore, we will relentlessly search for all parties or companies that are responsible for the accident.

Early Investigation is the key to your case.

It is important to investigate the case as soon as possible. Accordingly, it is important to gather:

  • Photographs of the scene of the accident
  • Statements of all Eyewitnesses
  • 911 tape recordings
  • EMS paramedic transport logs
  • All police or investigative reports
  • News, newspapers, or television broadcast copies
  • Medical records and autopsy results if performed.Catastrophic injury

What damages are potentially recoverable in a pool death lawsuit?

  • physical and mental pain and suffering,
  • mental anguish,
  • disfigurement,
  • physical and mental impairment,
  • medical expenses,
  • loss of earnings,
  • loss of earning capacity,
  • consortium
  • and prejudgment and post judgment interest.
  • Furthermore, when the responsible party acted with malice, there may be punitive damages.

DEADLINE?

In conclusion, the deadline for filing a pool drowning lawsuit or injury claim varies by State. Also, it will depend on the facts of each case. Thus, good drowning lawyers will tell you that If you do not file your pool drowning lawsuit by the deadline, you will lose your right to recover any money at all. Accordingly, Cliff Roberts can tell you the specific deadline in your case.

Finally, it is very important that you take action now. Please e-mail us the free case review form. Our evaluation is free and confidential.

Most importantly, we stand ready to help you seek the compensation and the closure you deserve for this tragedy.

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