Swimming Pool Accidents
By law, all swimming pool owners and operators have a duty to the general public to provide a safe environment for both children and adults, and to focus on accident prevention. Unfortunately, these tragic accidents still occur.
Each year, thousands of individuals are either injured or killed in swimming pool-related accidents. Common injuries stemming from such accidents are drowning, sprains, spinal cord injury, head trauma, and wrongful death. In fact, statistics issued by federal government state that among children ages 1 to 14, fatal drowning is the second leading cause of death related to unintentional injury.
Oftentimes, swimming pool accidents occur because property owners fail to take proper precautions, leaving pools improperly secured or maintained. Examples of these instances are pools that are not equipped with appropriate fencing or enclosures, pool areas without sufficient lighting, pools with insufficient warning signs or signs regarding water depth, or pools with negligent or without adequate supervision.
At Ted A. Greve & Associates, P.A., our team of attorneys will conduct a thorough investigation in order to gather evidence, identify the facts, and hold negligent individuals or entities liable for all sustained injuries or losses. Victims of swimming pool accidents may be awarded monetary damages in order to restore their physical, financial and emotional wellbeing, including compensation for their accident-related medical bills, lost wages, reduced earning capacity, and pain and suffering.
Contact Ted A. Greve & Associates, P.A.
If you or a loved one has sustained a serious injury in a swimming pool accident because of a negligent individual or entity, contact Ted A. Greve & Associates, P.A. as soon as possible. We will help you fight for you and your loved one’s rights and will ensure that you are compensated fairly and justly for your injuries and losses.
Protect yourself and your loved ones. Call Ted A. Greve & Associates, P.A. for a free and confidential consultation.