Glendale, AZ Swimming Pool Accident Attorneys
With the searing temperatures across the state of Arizona, many families choose to escape the heat by taking a refreshing dip in a swimming pool. While a pool can be a source of fun and enjoyment for adults and children alike, a swimming pool can also prove dangerous if not properly maintained, especially for younger children. An alarming amount of children each year are injured or lose their life in a drowning or submersion accident, with a large number of these dangerous aquatic accidents occurring in residential settings, in addition to fitness centers, country clubs, or schools.
A swimming pool accident case is typically based on premises liability, meaning the owner of the pool is liable for the pool-related accident due to the lack of or faulty gates and pool covers, improper supervision, and other missing means of safety. It is imperative that residents understand that they do have legal recourse if someone they love is injured as a result of another's negligence in a pool accident.
The Glendale accident lawyers of The Husband & Wife Law Team understand the devastation a pool accident can cause and are dedicated to helping injured individuals obtain the compensation they need to recover.
Any type of accident has the potential to cause serious injuries to an unsuspecting person, but a pool accident in particular can yield catastrophic results which can severely impact and even claim the life of an innocent swimmer. A swimming pool accident may cause such injuries as broken bones, traumatic brain injury, concussions, or lacerations, and depending on the severity of these injuries, medical treatment, rehabilitation, and ongoing care may be required in order for a person to heal to the best of their abilities.
As such, pursuing legal action against the at-fault parties in the accident is beneficial as a claimant can obtain compensation that can help ease the financial stresses that often accompany an injury accident. Recuperating from any pool accident-related injuries is difficult enough without worrying about medical bills, lost wages, physical therapy fees, or surgery costs, so compensation can help with any such losses and allow the injured party to focus on healing.
As liability in a swimming pool accident can be difficult to prove, the process of proving liability can involve several different steps, and a qualified attorney can help you obtain a successful case result by conducting a thorough investigation. First, photos of the pool should be taken as evidence in order to more easily explain how the defendant's negligence played a role in the accident. In addition, medical records and bills as well as witness statements should be gathered to help prove the liability of the pool owner in the case.
An insurance company will likely be one of the first parties to get involved and may try to reach a quick and not-so-ample settlement agreement. While insurance companies may not have your best interests at heart, The Husband & Wife Law Team does, and we will build a strong case to ensure you receive a winning settlement to help you pay for all of your accident-related losses.
A swimming pool accident can have devastating results and may leave the victim with physical, mental, and emotional injuries that can require a lifetime of recovery and financial expenses. Making the decision to pursue a legal claim is not an easy one, particularly because a victim and his or her family is coping with a great deal while the person is trying to heal and move forward with life. But the benefits of bringing a claim for a swimming pool accident case include both holding negligent parties responsible for the accident and obtaining the compensation necessary to help with things like medical bills and lost wages. Alleviating the financial burden associated with the accident will allow a person to focus on healing and getting back to the activities they enjoy.
To see how our experienced and skilled legal team can help you with your swimming pool accident case, contact one of our personal injury lawyers in Glendale today at (623) 930-8064 for a free consultation.
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