Dettman Law

Do pool owners have to caution against running on the pool deck?

Pool owners should caution against running on a pool deck if they know the area is dangerous.  If the tiles are really slippery it would make sense to warn persons in the area of the danger.  A normal human expects the area to be somewhat slippery, but any particular dangers should have a warning.  

How do I sue for injury because of Poorly maintained pools?

You sue for injury due to poorly maintained pools by hiring an experienced personal injury lawyer.  The lawyer will file a complaint at the courthouse.  It is also possible the case resolves without a lawsuit through pre-suit negotiation.  The statute of limitations on a Kentucky pool injury case is one year from the date of …
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How do I sue for Lack of fencing and gates?

You sue for lack of fencing and gates at a pool by filing a complaint at the courthouse.  What you should really do is hire an experienced personal injury lawyer.  The lawyer will only get paid if he/she is successful and the initial consultation should be free.  

How do I sue for Defective swimming pool drains?

If you have been harmed by a defective swimming pool drain contact an experienced personal injury lawyer.  The lawyer will know how to pursue the pool owner and insurance for maximum recovery.  Make sure you get a lawyer that communicates and answers the phone.  A lawyer that takes cases to trial will help with your …
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How do I sue for Overcrowded pool injuries?

You sue for overcrowded pool injuries by showing that the pool owner negligently allowed too many people in the pool.  If possible take pictures at the scene.  Seek medical treatment as needed.  Make sure you hire a personal injury lawyer ASAP.  The statute of limitations on a case like this is one year.  If you …
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How do I sue for Diving board injuries?

You sue for diving board injuries by filing a complaint at the courthouse.  To do this the right way you need a personal injury lawyer.  That lawyer will fight for your lost wages, medical bills, pain and suffering, and possibly punitive damages.  You should not have to pay the lawyer until the case is resolved.  …
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How do I sue for Slippery decks and surface injury?

You sue for slippery decks and surface injury at a pool by hiring an expert witness to evaluate the area.  If the witness can testify that the deck is unnecessarily dangerous or could have been less slippery than there is a case worth pursuing.  A personal injury lawyer is the type of lawyer you need.  …
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