Pool Injury

If you have been injured at the pool on someone else property you may want to consult a lawyer.

The Centers for Disease Control report that in the United States there are thousands of poolside deaths and injuries annually. Nearly 4 thousand people died from drowning from 2005 to 2014, which equates to 10 deaths each day. There are also thousands of others who suffer swimming pool-related injuries each year. If you have been injured at the pool on someone else property you may want to consult a lawyer.

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You can also get answers about poolside injuries from our FAQ below.

Frequently Asked Questions About Pool Injury


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.  

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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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.  

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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If you or a loved one has been harmed due to a poorly marked swimming pool seek medical attention first.  If possible take pictures of the pool and surrounding area.  The next step is to speak with an experienced personal injury lawyer about the case.  Negligently marked pools can cause serious, lifetime injuries and possibly …
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Hiring an experienced personal injury lawyer is a smart thing to do after a pool injury.  The lawyer can evaluate whether or not the pool owner lived up to their legal obligations and hired trained lifeguards.  A lifeguard that is poorly trained or distracted can cause serious injury or death to those using the pool.  …
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