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Brunswick Swimming Pool & Drowning Accident Attorney

A swimming pool accident may involve serious physical injuries such as bone fractures, traumatic brain injuries, or even drowning-related injuries. If you or a loved one experience such an event in the Brunswick area you may not know what to do or where to turn for help. The attorneys at Farah & Farah understand how serious these injuries are and the severe toll they can take on families. Contact us today to schedule a free case review for your swimming pool or drowning accident.

How Can Farah & Farah Help?

At Farah & Farah we want to help those injured in swimming and drowning accidents recover what they need to return to normal life. We understand these injuries can lead to severe economic strain for any family, and our firm can help you recover in various ways.

  • Our attorneys can assist you with the significant amount of paperwork you are sure to encounter following a swimming pool or drowning accident with insurance companies.
  • We will start a thorough investigation into your case and our in-house investigators will uncover the evidence we need to move forward with your case.
  • Farah & Farah has a large network of professional contacts who can act as expert witnesses in your case, such as medical specialists, safety experts, and engineers who can provide professional insights into your case.

These are just a few of the ways the attorneys at Farah & Farah can help you after you or a loved one suffer any type of swimming pool injury or drowning-related injury.

Ways an Attorney Can Assist You After a Drowning Injury or Swimming Pool Accident

If drowning is not fatal, it can still cause severe brain damage and other medical conditions. Those who experience these medical issues may experience severe pain and suffering and require ongoing medical care. Swimming pool injuries can occur due to negligent security, improper pool maintenance, and a host of other possible property liability issues that could indicate a property owner is to blame. Your Farah & Farah legal team will carefully review the evidence in your case to determine the liable party or parties and the compensation you can likely expect from a successful lawsuit.

We Can Help You With Common Issues in Swimming Injury and Drowning Cases

One of the most difficult aspects of a swimming pool lawsuit or drowning injury claim is proving the full extent of your damages. You may need documented medical reports from your physician and other specialists and your attorney will need to help you identify the liable parties in your lawsuit.

If a drowning injury occurred offshore, you need an attorney experienced with maritime law depending on the location and nature of the accident. Ultimately, a swimming pool injury is likely to revolve around premises liability law while drowning injuries can happen in various situations and liability is not always clear.

Zero Financial Risk for Our Clients

At Farah & Farah we understand that the cost of legal representation often discourages people from seeking legal aid when they need it the most because they believe they cannot afford it. While some lawyers charge by the hour, our attorneys charge zero upfront fees and no attorneys’ fees unless we win your case. You have no risk when securing our legal services as any fees you would owe us come out of the case settlement or jury verdict award. This ensures you can have legal representation when you need it, regardless of your ability to pay.

Start Building Your Case Now

Swimming pool injuries or any type of drowning-related injury can take a heavy toll on you and your family, and it is essential to work quickly to protect your right to recover. The state of Georgia places a short time-frame for a statute of limitations on personal injury claims, and while this may sound like a long time, it can pass very quickly. Contact the attorneys at Farah & Farah today to schedule a free case evaluation with one of our attorneys for your Brunswick swimming pool accident or drowning injury claim. Once we review your case, we can let you know how our firm can assist you.