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Avondale Pool Drowning Attorney

If you or someone you care about has suffered an injury or drowned in a swimming pool, we encourage you to reach out to an Avondale pool drowning attorney for more information about your rights and legal options. 

At Phillips Law Group, we have represented more than 155,000 clients for almost three decades, recovering millions in compensation for them. Our founder Jeff Phillips has obtained verdicts across Arizona, including Mohave, Pima and Maricopa County. He is also a member of the American Association for Justice Leaders Forum.

Request a free, no-obligation consultation to get started. Our services are provided on a contingency fee basis, so there are no upfront fees involved. You only pay us if we are able to help you obtain compensation.

Our phones lines are open 24/7. Call us at 1-800-706-3000.

Am I Eligible to File a Case?

Your eligibility will depend on the particulars of your situation. Our lawyers will need to learn what happened and how the accident caused you harm. This also includes figuring out who could be held accountable.

Property owners and homeowners have a legal duty to ensure that their pool area is safe and free from hazards. Under state law, there are certain safety protocols that an owner of a pool must follow, such as:

  • A pool must be protected by an enclosure (barrier, fence or wall) that surrounds the pool area
  • A pool above or below the ground must close the entire pool area and be no less than five feet high
  • A pool’s gate needs to be self-closing and self-latching with a latch that is no less than 54 inches above the ground

Pool owners are also obligated to educate younger children about how to stay safe around the pool area and when swimming in the pool. This includes providing proper supervision at all times to avoid an injury as well as proper life-saving equipment on hand should it be needed to treat an injury or near-drowning incident.

If you have a valid case, our licensed Avondale pool drowning lawyers are prepared to conduct a detailed investigation to gather supportive evidence in an effort to establish liability and help you obtain a recovery.

Free Consultation. No upfront fees. Ph: 1-800-706-3000.

What is the Value of My Case?

The potential value of any case is just as unique as the victim. We would need to go over your medical records to get an accurate account of the extent and type of injuries and damages you have endured, medical bills you have acquired, and will continue to acquire, for treatments and your ability to return to work, if at all.

Generally, you may be able to pursue the following forms of compensation:

  • Past, current and future medical expenses
  • Loss of income or employment benefits
  • Loss of future earning capacity
  • Temporary or permanent disability
  • Physical pain and mental suffering
  • Emotional trauma
  • In-home care services
  • Home and vehicle modifications
  • Rehabilitation
  • Physical therapy

To learn more about what your case may be worth, contact an Avondale pool drowning lawyer for help today. 

Advantages of Hiring a Lawyer

When you reach out to one of our lawyers at Phillips Law Group, we are ready to answer your questions and discuss the possible legal options available to you. There is no risk in calling us and no obligation to hire us.

Having a legal representative who will advocate for your rights and has your best interests in mind can be an important part of the recovery process. The only thing we want you to worry about is getting better. Should you have a case and decide to move forward, we are prepared to handle everything on your behalf. This includes communicating and negotiating with the insurance company to help you obtain fair compensation. 

In the event a settlement is not reached, our firm is also ready to head to trial, if it is absolutely necessary.

Get the legal help you need. Call our firm today at: 1-800-706-3000.

How Long Do I Have to File?

In most instances, cases involving pool-related accidents must typically be filed within two years from the date the accident happened. This two-year rule applies to many personal injury cases. Not filing before this deadline will likely result in a court dismissal. This would ruin any chance you have at seeking compensation.

It is important to note that on a case-by-case basis, you may be asked to file before or even after the two- year deadline. Victims who are minors have until they reach their 20th birthday to file. Do not wait too long as you may risk losing any opportunity to recover damages. 

Why Pool Accidents and Drownings Happen

May pool-related accidents and drownings cause serious injuries or death.  These accidents commonly happen because of the following reasons:

  • Building code violations
  • Electrocutions
  • Inadequate depth markers
  • Inadequate supervision
  • Lack of pool area enclosure (gate or fence)
  • Lack of warning signs posted
  • Overcrowding the pool
  • Pool drain accidents
  • Poor maintenance of the pool and surrounding areas 
  • Slip and fall hazards around the pool area
  • Water that is contaminated

Call an Avondale Pool Drowning Lawyer for a Free Consultation

If you have been injured in a pool-related accident or had a family member pass away from a pool drowning incident, you may be able to take legal action against the party accountable for the harm you have suffered.

For almost three decades, our team of lawyers at Phillips Law Group has been representing hundreds of thousands of injury victims and their loves ones. We have recovered over $750 million in compensation for our clients.

Our consultations are 100 percent free with no risk or obligations involved. We do not charge our clients any upfront legal fees. We only receive payment for our services if we help recover compensation on your behalf.

Contact our office at 1-800-706-3000 to learn how we may be able to assist.

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