Orlando Swimming Pool & Drowning Accident Lawyer
Swimming pools are meant for fun and leisure but accidents can leave you hurt, helpless and with an uncertain future. If you’ve been injured in a swimming pool accident and it was someone else’s fault, we want to help.
At Farah & Farah, we help protect families in Orlando recover from swimming pool and drowning accidents. Our Orlando swimming pool & drowning accident attorneys are dedicated to supporting you through every step of the process, so you can focus on your recovery and get the compensation you deserve.
Call (407) 329-5054 today for a free and confidential consultation.
How Farah & Farah Can Help
The Orlando personal injury attorneys at Farah & Farah will handle every aspect of your case, find out what happened, and build a relationship with you based on honesty and compassion. You can trust us to get things done so that you have more freedom to move forward. Our team will focus on:
- Completing and filing paperwork from insurance companies and medical providers.
- Helping find a doctor to document your injuries and provide treatment.
- Collecting evidence and performing a comprehensive investigation of the incident.
- Fighting for the maximum possible verdict or settlement without charging you a dime until we win.
Florida Statistics about Swimming Pool & Drowning Accidents
In a report from the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), Florida is the state with the highest number of pool and spa drowning incidents involving children under the age of 15. In 2018, the number of fatalities from drowning was 21 for this age group.
Compared to other states, Florida has the luxury of keeping their pools open longer. The CPSC has maintained its commitment to providing statistics and helping communities increase their water safety year-round.
Common Injuries in Swimming Pool Accidents
Some of the most serious non-fatal swimming pool injuries include torn ligaments, fractures, traumatic brain injury (TBI), disembowelment, evisceration, and other submersion injuries. TBI can occur during a slip and fall, when a swimmer dives into a pool and hits his or her head on the bottom, and even from oxygen deprivation. Brain injury can occur after as little as 30 seconds without oxygen and symptoms might not even appear until it’s too late.
Drain portals can also cause injuries. The suction force can cause disembowelment and even a slight change in pressure can trigger severe pool injuries.
How a Swimming Pool Accident Lawyer Can Help You
There are state and federal laws regarding the manufacture, installation, and safety of swimming pools. We can help investigate the swimming pool accident, file paperwork for your claim, and ensure that you get the maximum compensation for your injuries.
The swimming pool and drowning accident attorneys in Orlando will fight to make sure that you receive the care you deserve. At Farah & Farah, we provide representation on a contingency fee basis. There is no risk, and we only collect legal fees when we successfully win your case.
Contact Our Orlando Swimming Pool & Drowning Accident Attorney Today
If you or a loved one were involved in a swimming pool accident, our Orlando swimming pool & drowning accident lawyer wants to hear from you. We understand that you’re hurt, but we’re here to answer any tough questions you might have about what to do next and to offer support.
We’re available 24/7, so call us today for a free and confidential consultation.