Swimming Pool and Diving Injuries

Swimming pools present a very serious risk of injury and death. The owners of swimming pools, both public like municipalities and private individuals, have responsibilities that they need to observe.

Municipalities, county park boards and other public pool owners have a more expansive set of responsibilities, including:

  • Having a lifeguard
  • Ensuring proper training of lifeguards
  • Ensuring the pool is not overcrowded
  • Preventing risky behavior
  • Ensuring proper equipment is present (life-saving equipment, filter intake covers, etc.)

If the owner of a public swimming pool fails to maintain safe conditions and someone is injured, that owner can be held responsible for those injuries.

Private swimming pool owners have a more limited responsibility than public pool owners, but they can still be held responsible when injury occurs because of their failure to keep their pools safe.

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If you have suffered a serious injury in a swimming pool, you need to take steps to ensure that you have what you need to recover. The personal injury attorneys of Goldstein & Goldstein, LLP, offer real help and real hope to our clients. To schedule a free initial consultation with one of our swimming pool injury attorney, call 866-608-8748 or contact us online.

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