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Lake Havasu City Pool Drowning Lawyer

Arizona is home to many swimming pools as people enjoy it as a leisure activity on a hot day. However, pools are also the sight of many drowning accidents when property owners fail to take appropriate measures to keep guests safe. These accidents be life-changing to a victim and his or her family. If you or a family member has been injured or drowned in a pool, contact a Lake Havasu City pool drowning lawyer to learn about your legal options.

At Phillips Law Group, have worked with over 155,000 clients in the last 27 years, obtaining millions in compensation. Our founding partner Jeffrey Phillips has served as lead counsel in more than 40 jury trails and has obtained successful verdicts across Arizona counties.

We welcome the opportunity to discuss your claim with us during a free, no obligation consultation. Our services are provided on a contingency fee basis, so there are no upfront fees. We only get paid if we help you obtain compensation for any damages suffered.

Call 1-800-706-3000 or fill out our Free Case Evaluation form.

Am I Eligible to Pursue Legal Compensation?

Determining whether you have a valid case and can pursue compensation for your losses is a difficult task. Our legal team must first establish who is to blame for the pool accident.

In most pool accident cases, there are premise liability laws to consider. The property owner or entity that possesses the property may be held responsible for injuries sustained on the premise. For example, if a drowning accident occurred at a public pool, the property owner may be held liable for not providing proper safety equipment or having a lifeguard on duty.

In Arizona, facilities with pools must abide by certain safety protocols, such as:

  • The pool must have a self-latching and self-closing entrance and be located at least 54 inches above the ground.
  • The pool must be enclosed by a wall, fence or barrier of at least five feet high and must not be accessible from the outside of the pool.

What is the Value of My Case?

Determining the value of your potential case involves many factors, such as the severity of your injuries and the damages you have experienced from the injury. By meeting with an experienced Lake Havasu City pool drowning attorney, you may get a better idea of what your case may be worth and how to proceed in obtaining compensation.

Our legal team may be able to help you pursue both economic and non-economic damages:   

  • Economic damages – These are the financial losses you have experienced because of the pool drowning accident. This includes out-of-pocket expenses you have incurred or may incur in the future such as medical bills, lost wages and rehabilitation costs.
  • Non-economic damages – These losses are more difficult to quantify because they do not have a dollar value. It may include pain and suffering, mental distress, loss of enjoyment of life and loss of companionship.

We have decades of combined experience helping injury victims around the Lake Havasu City and Kingman area recover maximum compensation. See how our lawyers may be able to help by scheduling a free consultation at no risk or obligation to pursue legal action.

Reach out anytime, day or night. Free Consultation. Ph: 1-800-706-3000.

Is There a Time Limit to Take Legal Action?

Personal injury cases, including pool drowning accidents, are governed by Arizona’s statute of limitations. This means you generally have two years from the date of the accident to take legal action or run the risk of being barred from court and unable to recover damages.

Since every case is unique, there could be exceptions to this deadline. This is why we recommend reaching out to one of our Lake Havasu City pool drowning lawyers for advice.

What Can a Lawyer From Phillips Law Group Do to Help?

Pursuing a legal claim without legal representation can be challenging, especially when having to communicate and negotiate with the liable party’s insurance company. Most insurance companies work to benefit their own profits and not of the best interests of injury victims. At Phillips Law Group, we are aware of the tactics insurance companies use to try to deny or devalue claims in an effort to pay out as little as possible.

If you have a valid case, a Lake Havasu City pool drowning lawyer from our firm is prepared to work with you to determine a fair value for your damages. We are skilled negotiators and often combat lowball offers that insurance companies present to our clients.  

Cases are only as strong as the evidence it has to support it. We have the resources to launch a detailed investigation into the accident to help prove negligence, including gathering eyewitness statements, determining which laws may have been violated and collecting your medical reports to help connect your injury to the pool drowning accident.

Need help? Contact our offices today at 1-800-706-3000

Common Reasons Pool Accidents Happen

Drownings or pool-related accidents can happen for many different reasons. Some of the most common include:

  • Slip and fall hazards
  • Objects around the pool area
  • Lack of maintenance
  • Lack of supervision
  • Lack of warning signs
  • Lack of depth indication
  • Diving into shallow areas
  • Uncovered drains

If you or a loved one was injured in a pool drowning accident in the Lake Havasu City or Kingman area, contact a lawyer from our firm to find out if you are eligible to compensation.

Contact a Lake Havasu City Drowning Lawyer

Over the last 27 years, our firm has worked with thousands of injury victims throughout Arizona. We have recovered more than $750,000,000 in compensation on behalf of our clients. We aim to always keep our client’s best interests first.

Reach out to our legal team at Phillips Law Group to see how we may be able to help you. Our consultations are 100 percent free and come with no risk or obligation. There are no upfront fees if you hire us. We only get paid if you obtain compensation for your injuries.

We are available 24/7. Call 1-800-706-3000 or fill out our free online form.

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