Swimming Pool Accidents and Drownings in San Mateo County
Serious or fatal swimming pool accidents and drownings can occur in or near swimming pools. If you need representation in a personal injury case that involves drowning, a spinal cord injury, a hot tub accident, or a diving injury, contact San Mateo County premises liability attorney Todd Emanuel for a free evaluation of your claim.
While most swimming pool lawsuits will involve premises liability law – the duty of a property owner to protect visitors and guests from hazardous conditions – litigation of pool accidents might require litigation of other personal injury and negligence considerations as well. For example, the party at primary fault might prove to be the manufacturer or installer of a dangerously defective diving board, or a maintenance company that failed to instruct its employees in the proper use and storage of pool chemicals.
Most often, however, the pool’s owner will be the most obvious defendant in a swimming pool personal injury case, whether that party is a private homeowner, a hotel corporation, or a school district. A question commonly encountered in swimming pool litigation is whether the owner took proper measures to secure the pool from unauthorized or unsupervised use, especially by children. Bay Area swimming pool accident attorney Todd Emanuel’s familiarity with civil trial practice, personal injury law, and the techniques of claim analysis and presentation can make the decisive difference if you or your child has been injured in a pool.
No matter what the particular facts of your situation might be, you can rely on the EMANUEL LAW GROUP to make a thorough investigation of your claim and the applicable law, and present your case to maximum effect in court or in settlement negotiations.
For additional information and a free consultation, contact the Emanuel Law Group at our San Mateo County office in Redwood City, or in one of our other locations throughout the Bay Area. We want to hear from you.