Legal Care for
Swimming Pool Accidents

When swimming pools are not used safely, they can be significantly dangerous to swimmers. Causes of swimming pool accidents are improper care and improper safety precautions. A victim can slip or fall on the slick decking surrounding the pool when proper warning signs or supervision are not present. Slips can result in broken or fractured bones, torn ligaments, dislocated hips, and sprains. Divers can suffer head injuries by hitting the bottom of the pool if allowed to jump headfirst into shallow areas. Divers can suffer injuries to the brain and spinal cord that result in paraplegia, quadriplegia, paralysis, and death.

If you or a loved one has been injured in a swimming pool accident, contact Victory Law Group, LLP today. Let us help bring the negligent party to justice. We will recover medical expenses and suffering from the negligent party. Most often negligence can be shown on the part of the swimming pool owner or custodian.  We will help you prove the neglectful or inappropriate acts by facility employees, life guards, and supervisors.

Common Swimming Pool Accidents

Below is a list of common injuries associated with swimming pool accidents:

  • Head Trauma
  • Broken or fractured bones
  • Damage to lungs due to water Inhalation
  • Quadriplegia
  • Paraplegia
  • Damage to the spinal cord

Get the Legal Representation You Deserve

Serious personal injury requires expensive professional care and services. Emergency medical services delivered poolside by licensed paramedics and medical transportation services are also very expensive. Let the best personal injury attorneys at Victory Law Group, LLP protect your rights through legal representation and in the negotiations with insurance companies. We can ensure that your damages and/or losses are compensated by the negligent party. We will get you compensation for medical bills, treatment plans, legal services, lost income, and pain and suffering. We will handle all negotiations for you and allow you to focus on a swift and healthy recovery.