Holding Negligent Parties Accountable For Swimming Pool Accidents
The CDC reports that more than 3,000 people died as a result of a drowning accident in 2007. For every person who died as a result of accidental drowning, thousands more were injured as a result of a submersion accident.
Tragically, many drowning victims are young children. One out of every five fatal drowning victims is a child age 14 or younger according to the CDC report. Two of the main causes of drowning and submersion accidents are boating accidents and swimming pool accidents.
We’re Here To Help You Seek Justice And Compensation
If you or a family member has been injured as a result of a drowning accident or water submersion accident, contact the experienced personal injury attorneys at the Gillis Law Firm. Our firm has been advocating on behalf of accident victims in New Haven and throughout Connecticut since 1978. We have extensive experience in premises liability claims, including swimming pool accident claims.
Causes Of Swimming Pool Accidents
Swimming pool accidents often occur due to owner negligence. Property owners, whether they are commercial property owners or residential homeowners, have a duty to take proper precautions to prevent swimming pool accidents.
Common causes of swimming pool accidents include:
- Broken latches or unsecured latches
- Inadequate fencing or barriers
- Improper safety warnings
Since swimming pool accidents may cause brain damage, other serious injuries or even fatal injuries, it is essential that accident victims obtain the highly qualified counsel they require. We have the experience, resources and commitment to ensure that you receive the vigorous representation you require.
Call An Experienced Drowning Accident Lawyer
At Gillis Law Firm, you pay no legal fees unless we recover compensation for you. We also offer free case evaluations. So don’t wait any longer to seek the legal help you need. Call us today at 866-603-9810, or send our firm an email. Se habla español.