Appleton Swimming and Diving Injuries Lawyer

Over 3,000 people drown due to swimming pool and diving accidents every year. While this number may be shocking, most people don’t stop to think about the dangers associated with swimming and diving. These activities are a source of recreation for many people but the injuries that can result from a swimming or diving accident may be very serious. Common types of swimming pool and diving injuries include spinal cord injuries, brain damage, and fractured bones. If you or a loved one has been injured while swimming in a pool that you do not own, the owner or pool manager of the pool may be liable for your injuries. Contact the Appleton personal injury attorneys at 800-242-2874 to learn about your legal options. No matter the size, any pool of water can be dangerous. Bath tubs, sinks, toilets, hot tubs, fish tanks, ponds, and spas can all be considered dangerous. Children should be monitored carefully whenever there is a body of water nearby.

Swimming pool accidents may occur due to:

  • Inadequate supervision of children.
  • Inadequate instruction and training.
  • Failure to maintain the pool in safe condition.
  • Improperly designed or constructed pools.
  • Failure to secure pools from children.
  • Lack of safety equipment and inadequate warnings.

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Habush Habush & Rottier S.C. ® has quickly grown into one of Wisconsin’s largest personal injury law firms. Offering 12 different office locations throughout Wisconsin, Habush Habush & Rottier S.C. ® is ready to assist you with your legal matters wherever you may be located within the state. The Appleton swimming and diving lawyers have been successfully representing victims of swimming and diving injuries for many years and are prepared to evaluate your case. Your initial consultation is free and is a chance to have your legal questions answered as an attorney evaluates your case. Contact the Appleton swimming and diving lawyers today by calling 800-242-2874 to schedule your consultation and learn the benefit of pairing with a knowledgeable attorney.