Lack of Supervision
Swimming while spending time with friends or family around a pool is a great way to enjoy a hot summer day. Despite the fun, swimming pools can be dangerous to both children and adults. The pool owner has a duty to ensure their guests are properly supervised. This is especially true when monitoring children. Without proper supervision, the risk of a drowning increases. A swimming pool injury or death caused by lack of supervision can be the pool owner’s fault. If this occurs, the pool owner may be liable for damages. The attorneys at Duke Burleson & Associates provide years of courtroom experience to those families and individuals who have suffered an injury or lost a loved one due to pool owners failure to provide adequate supervision.
At Duke Burleson & Associates we understand the hardships associated with such an injury or loss. The personal injury attorneys at Duke Burleson & Associates can help with the issues of medical bills, loss of employment, disability, and many other difficult situations.Pool Supervision Risks
Swimming pool owners are responsible for the supervision and safety of their guests. Without proper supervision children and adults risk the following injuries:
- Head Injuries
- Neck Injuries
- Broken Bones
It is the pool owner’s responsibility to provide adequate supervision to ensure these things do not happen.
If you or a loved one has suffered a swimming pool injury Duke Burleson & Associates may be able to recover damages on your behalf. This may include compensation for medical bills, pain and suffering, inability to work, lost income, or wrongful death. Let the personal injury attorneys at Duke Burleson & Associates get to work for you.