Michigan Swimming Pool Accident Lawyers Fighting For Justice
At Fraser & Souweidane, our Michigan swimming pool accident attorneys know that pool accidents kill hundreds of children nationwide each year, including children throughout the Tri-County area. Small children can drown in less than two inches of water, which means that even small wading pools can prove to be deadly. In addition to fatal swimming pool accidents resulting in accidental drowning, swimmers of any age can suffer debilitating injuries as a result of a slip and fall accident near a pool, including near-drowning brain damage due to a lack of oxygen while under water, a broken neck or collar bone, or debilitating back or spinal cord injuries after diving into low water levels.
Common places where swimming accidents can occur include hotels, resorts, apartment complexes, gyms, and health clubs. Causes of swimming pool accidents include:
- Unlocked pool gate or poor swimming pool fencing
- Slippery poolside surface that causes slip and fall head injuries
- People who don't know how to swim slipping on edge of pool and into water
- No lifeguard despite 'Lifeguard On Duty' signs
- No pool depth signs results in person who can't swim jumping into deep end
- Drunk or reckless swimmers allowed to be in pool area
- Inadequate floaties or inflatable pool rafts so kids learning to swim can't stay afloat
- Uncovered drains and pool pumps can suck people under the water
Our attorneys are ready to fight for you. Call us today
Knowing what to do after an accident at a private or public swimming pool can be difficult and confusing. In an instant, everything can change. You might face a long and painful recovery process, steep medical costs, lost wages from missing work and other losses. An insurance company might try to offer an unreasonable settlement or even deny your claim. That's why it's important to contact a swimming pool accident lawyer at Fraser & Souweidane immediately. If you didn't do anything to cause your accident, we firmly believe that you shouldn't have to pay for somebody else's careless behavior.
When you contact us for a free case consultation, you will find out how much we care about helping people. We will meet you at most any time. If you do not want to come to our office, we can interview you by phone and if necessary, send someone to meet with you in person if you decide not to come to our office. Contact us today. We're on your side.
Our law firm fights diligently to protect the rights of accident victims in Wayne, Macomb and Oakland counties and throughout southeast Michigan. From collecting evidence, to interviewing witnesses, to examining medical and police records, we know what it takes to build a strong legal strategy on your behalf. Let us protect your rights. Contact Fraser & Souweidane today at (866) 465-9095. Our contingency fee lawyers require no payment unless you win your case.