Virginia Swimming Pool Injury Lawyer

Injury can strike anywhere, but swimming pools that are poorly maintained can present enhanced risks. If you or a loved one has sustained an injury at an aquatic facility, one of our Virginia swimming pool injury lawyers can offer you the help you need. Call today to discuss your case with an experienced Virginia premises liability attorney.

Why Hire a Virginia Swimming Pool Injury Lawyer?

If you are dealing with your own injuries or trying to care for your child if they have been the victim of a swimming pool injury, the headache and stress of mounting a civil suit can be overwhelming. One of our personal injury attorneys with experience in swimming pool injury cases will be able to help you by:

  • using their knowledge of Virginia law and local statutes to fight for maximum compensation
  • countering any evidence that the defense offers to defend the person or organization responsible for your injury
  • taking care of the details of your case and keeping you apprised of any developments
  • presenting evidence to the court with a compelling narrative of events that led to the injury in order to establish the defendant’s liability

In these sorts of cases, it’s important to have a group of people supporting you who understand the necessary documentation and evidence to submit in support of your claim. The Virginia swimming pool injury lawyers at our firm understand the nuances of filing a personal injury claim and can help bring their collective experience to bear on your case.

Steps to Take After a Swimming Pool Injury

After you get medical attention, there are certain steps you should take to strengthen your claim or lawsuit.

First off, document exactly how the swimming facility was liable. Some of the issues that may render a swimming pool facility legally negligent include:

  • insufficiently labeled danger areas (the lack of a “no diving” sign in a shallow area, for example)
  • insufficient or incompetent supervision (unobservant or absent lifeguards)
  • poor maintenance (dangerous diving board, broken pool ladder, etc.)

You should also document any medical expenses or complications that arise from the incident, including:

  • medical bills for hospital and doctor’s visits
  • secondary expenses such as medicine and medical devices
  • lost wages as a result of missing work to recover
  • any long-term medical complications, such as physical disability or brain injury resulting from oxygen deprivation
  • any other decrease in your quality of life resulting from injury complications

The more information you collect, the more effectively our Virginia injury attorneys will be able to fight for you.

Call Today for a Free Consultation

Whatever complications your injury has brought into your life, a Virginia swimming pool injury lawyer can help simplify them. If the negligence of another party has negatively impacted your health and your quality of life, you can call for a free consultation. Do not hesitate to contact us so that one of our lawyers can aggressively pursue just compensation for you.