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Florida Swimming Pool Accident Lawyers​

If you were injured in a swimming pool accident due to the negligence of someone else, you will most likely feel helpless and may have an uncertain future ahead of you. At Farah & Farah, we want to take some of the load off of your shoulders. We are here to fight to get you the compensation you deserve from the party or parties responsible.

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We will navigate through the legal process so you can focus on your road to recovery. You can trust our compassionate drowning accident lawyers will take time to get to know you and the details of your case and help you every step of the way.

Call us today for a free and private consultation. You’ll never have to pay unless we win in your case.

Why Choose the Swimming Pool Accident Attorneys at Farah & Farah?

Our team of Florida premises liability lawyers has been representing victims of swimming pool & drowning accidents since 1979. We always have your best interests at heart and will make the process as easy as possible for you.

When you choose Farah & Farah you can trust that:

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Who is Liable in a Swimming Pool & Drowning Accident?

In general, property owners have a legal responsibility to keep their property reasonably safe for anticipated use. Florida law groups people into three main categories for the purposes of determining liability. Invitees, licensees, and trespassers.


Patrons at a public pool whether it is free or for a fee. Owners must keep their property in a reasonably safe condition and warn invitees of any known hazards on the property.


Invited guests to a pool on private property. Owners must keep their property in a reasonably safe condition and warn guests of any known hazards on the property.


Anybody without permission to be on the property. Owners have no obligations to trespassers unless they are children.

Children Trespassing

The law has special provisions that stipulate owners must take extra safety precautions to protect trespassing children from accidental drowning. Under The Residential Swimming Pool Safety Act, all new swimming pools and hot tubs should be equipped with at least one of the following security features:

How Can an Attorney Help During this Difficult Time?

Filing a lawsuit will not bring back a lost loved one or completely erase the impact of a serious injury. However, it can offer a small amount of closure and ease your financial burden. At Farah & Farah, we believe that you deserve some peace of mind during a difficult time.

Having a premises liability lawyer on your side who has experience in handling swimming pool accident cases gives you a much better chance of success in your claim. Our attorneys will exhaust every available resource and gather the necessary evidence to make a compelling case. If you have been injured or a loved one has been significantly or fatally injured, you could recover substantial damages to cover medical bills and replace lost income or a loss of future earning capacity. Improper maintenance of the pool, a lack of signage or improper supervision are potential grounds for negligence.

You can trust us to get things done so that you have more freedom to move forward. Our team will focus on:

How Common are Swimming Pool Accidents in Florida?

Part of the reason Farah & Farah has such a wide breadth of experience with this type of accident is that they are all too common in Florida. Florida has the second most pools of any state, meaning there are more places for unsafe conditions to manifest themselves than nearly anywhere else in the nation.

As a result, Florida is among the leaders in pool related injuries and drownings across the U.S. In 2017, Florida led the nation in child drownings, with 80% involving children under five years old.

Not all drowning incidents are fatal, however. In the event that a drowning person is found before they pass, they can still suffer severe and permanent injury, such as hypoxia (brain damage due to a lack of oxygen in the brain), organ damage and even dry drowning or secondary drowning (which are caused by water that accumulates in the lungs).

How Much Does a Swimming Pool Accident Lawyer Cost in Florida?

Our attorneys understand that these injuries can lead to substantial medical bills, lost income from time spent in recovery, and tremendous pain and suffering for you and your family. We want to help you get through this situation as painlessly as possible, so we make billing easy and our representation accessible. We take every case on a contingency fee agreement so there are no legal fees unless we win your case. You will never see any up-front charges for our legal services, either. There is nothing to lose when you hire Farah & Farah to handle your injury case in Florida.

Call Today to Start on Your Claim

The sooner you start on your drowning or swimming injury claim, the better. Farah & Farah could help you secure the compensation necessary for you and your loved ones to recover. If you have a swimming pool injury or drowning injury claim, contact Farah & Farah today to schedule a free consultation. We will review your claim and let you know what to expect from the lawsuit process.


You & Your Family Since 1979

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