Phoenix Near Drowning Brain Injury Attorneys
Brain Damage From Near Drowning Accidents
If you're like most residents, you enjoy swimming in the community pool, the pool in your complex or your own pool. Water safety is a very real concern among parents, homeowners' associations, emergency service workers and concerned citizens. However, despite initiatives to increase drowning awareness and prevention, drowning still remains one of the top causes of personal injury, especially among Phoenix near drowning brain injury lawyers at Breyer Law Offices, P.C., who have witnessed too many cases of brain damage from drowning. Our hearts go out to drowning victims and their families who face a long road ahead of them. Stories after stories of preventable drowning accidents make us committed to find justice for our clients so this kind of tragedy doesn't happen again.
When Do Drowning Accidents Commonly Occur?
How can a drowning occur when people, particularly parents, are in close proximity? It's not as impossible as you may think. Drowning accidents happen in all sorts of situations:
- Alcohol consumption
- Distracted parents
- Inattentive lifeguard
- Poorly maintained pool area
- Seizures or other disorders
- Slip and fall
- Trusting floatation devices
- Unsupervised children
It only takes a minute or two for a drowning accident to occur. Water penetrates the lungs, prevents breathing and causes the lungs to decrease the amount of oxygen to the blood. The decrease of oxygen in the blood leads to brain damage. After four minutes without oxygen, brain cells die, and irreversible brain damage develops.
Irreversible brain damage will have a devastating effect on the entire family. Anger and grief are normal emotions. Seeing a loved one in pain and suffering is a hard thing to watch. Financially, the family will incur costs associated with emergency care, treatment, rehabilitation, accommodations and therapies such as cognitive, speech, occupational and recreational.
Contact our Phoenix Near Drowning Brain Injury Attorneys Today
Not knowing what the future will hold for the drowning victim psychologically, physically, emotionally and financially can frighten the most stoic person. Alexis and Mark Breyer have vast experience in cases of brain damage from drowning, and they have had many successful outcomes. Our Phoenix injury attorneys provide guidance that is supportive and reassuring, due to our own confidence in this field of expertise.
We do not charge any attorney fees unless we make a recovery on behalf of you as our client. We will guide you through the legal process so that you and your family can focus on adjusting to the changes in your life. Call us today at (602) 267-1280 to schedule a free consultation so that we can discuss your case.