Swimming Pool Accident Lawyers
In 2017 alone, 199,000 people visited an emergency room related to a swimming pool injury. In the United States, on average ten swimming pool or water-related deaths occur every day in the summer. The majority of swimming pool accident occur either due to lack of proper supervision or lack of barriers like proper fencing. Alcohol is also a major contributing factor in swimming pool related deaths. There are variety of individuals, manufacturers and business that may liable for a swimming pool accident and could be involved in a swimming pool accident lawsuit. An example is that individual pool owners are responsible for proper safety and is liable for lack of protection against uninvited guests. Pool owners have certain responsibilities as the owner of said pool and could subjected to a swimming pool lawsuit. The manufacturer of the swimming pool itself may be liable and subject to swimming pool litigation. It is also possible the swimming pool was improperly installed which can lead to a swimming pool negligence lawsuit. If you were injured while at a hotel or resort while swimming or diving, call the swimming pool accident lawyers at Brent Coon & Associates today. you also may be entitled to compensation via swimming pool lawsuit. Other types of possible swimming pool lawsuits include:
- Public Swimming Pool Liability
- Swimming Pool Death
- Swimming Pool Injuries
- Homeowner Swimming Pool Liability
- Diving Accident Injuries
- Public Park Pool Accidents
- Hotel/Resort Swimming Related Death
Swimming Pool Diving Injury Lawsuits
Diving Boards are also a common cause of swimming related injuries and deaths. The Pool owner is responsible for providing a safe environment for diving boards including industry standards for proper heights and depths. The company that installs the swimming pool diving boards, but adhere to proper standards and can be held liable for failing to meet those standards. The manufacturer of the diving boards must create the diving boards to specifics that prevent defects. Specific warning labels must be displayed. If you have suffered an injury while using a diving board, you may be entitled to compensation. Complete our free case evaluation to have our diving board lawyers review your possible lawsuit.
Swimming Pool Lawyers
The swimming pool accident lawyers at Brent Coon and Associates has extensive experience in swimming pool litigation. BCA has recovered hundreds of thousands of dollars for victims of swimming pool negligence. Every swimming pool accident lawsuit is unique, with many contributing factors. Our swimming pool lawyers have great relationships with experienced investigators and experts who will fight to ensure you receive the compensation you deserve. Many factors go into calculating damages owed in a swimming pool lawsuit including medical bills, rehab expensed, loss of wages and pain and suffering. There is a specific statute of limitations that must be factored in when filing a swimming pool lawsuit. Our swimming pool accident attorneys will help identify all the responsible parties in your specific lawsuit and fight for the maximum compensation allowed by your state. If you have been injured in a swimming pool accident, complete the free case evaluation form on this page. Our swimming pool lawyers will review your information and advise on the best course of action. At Brent Coon and Associates we will stand by our swimming pool accident client and fight for justice and compensation you deserve.
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TPC Explosion Town Hall Meeting Monday. Get your questions answered!
When: Monday, December 9, 2019 Where: Groves Community Center: 6150 39th St, Groves, TX 77619 Who should attend: Everyone with questions or concerns regarding the TPC explosion Brent Coon & Associates will hold a town hall meeting on Monday, December 9th at 4:00PM, located at the Groves Community Center. BCA Founder Brent Coon…
BCA represents widow of first TPC related death
The widow of a man who is the first and potentially only person to have reportedly died as a result of the TPC Group explosion is announcing her intent to sue the company. Darlene Fontenot’s husband Trent had a heart attack shortly after last week’s blast, according to Attorney Brent Coon. She was one of…
TPC declared high priority violator by EPA following plant explosions
The Southeast Texas chemical manufacturing plant, owned by Houston-based Texas Petroleum Chemical Group, has a long history of environmental violations and been out of compliance with federal clean air laws for years. Brent Coon & Associates is taking claims regarding the TPC explosion. Click here to learn more. The Port Neches chemical plant where two…