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Swimming Pool Injuries And Drownings

According to reports from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, thousands of people die annually as a result of drownings. This does not include people who die as a result of submersion accidents or other pool-related injuries.

It is important to realize that people injure themselves in both the deep and shallow ends of pools, the latter when they hit their heads on the bottom. A shallow-end injury can result in paralysis, serious brain damage or death if the person is submerged. Many of these accidents result from poor or lack of supervision. Hotels often do not have supervisors at pools. It is important to realize that a single sign that says you swim at your own risk does not necessarily take liability off the hotel or premises.

Drownings and near drownings are the most common pool injuries. These can occur when pools are overcrowded, or there are insufficient lifeguards on duty, or not enough lifeguards on duty. Pool injuries from gutter systems or suctioning systems are also common and can result in serious bowel, abdominal and other injuries. These often result in injuries to children and toddlers.

If you or someone close to you has been injured at a pool, residential or commercial, get in touch with a law firm to fully understand your rights.

Our team at Ladah Law Firm, PLLC, is prepared to work on any pool accident case in Nevada. Our firm’s lawyer will work directly with you to do everything to maximize compensation if you or a loved one has been injured due to:

  • Pool drowning
  • Near drowning (brain damage from being submerged for an extended period)
  • Spinal cord injuries (diving or falling into shallow pools or falling around pools)
  • Apartment complex pool accidents
  • Defective pool equipment
  • Failure to follow pool regulations
  • Defective and dangerous swimming pool drains
  • Inadequate warnings on swimming pools, equipment and water toys
  • Lack of safety equipment
  • Inadequate fencing or barriers
  • Broken or unsecured gate latches
  • Inadequate pool depth markers
  • Diving board accidents
  • Inadequate safety warnings

Swimming Pool Accident? Schedule a Free Consultation With a Las Vegas, Nevada, Swimming Pool Injury Lawyer.

For a free consultation with attorney Ramzy Ladah about a pool accident, contact our firm.

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