In Texas, because of the extreme heat that we experience several months of the year it is understandable why many Texans head to swimming pools, lakes, and rivers for water sports to cool off. However, safety should always be a priority when dealing with swimming pools and water sports. This is because drowning accidents, boating accidents, and pool accidents are all too common of a killer, especially for small children. Whether a near drowning, actual drowning, or other serious injury is caused by an incorrectly installed pool, poorly maintained pool, failure of life guards, improperly fenced pool, negligent boater, drunk boater, or other safety violations, it is important that any drowning or near drowning accident is investigated so that an additional drowning does not occur in the future.
If you or a loved one has suffered a serious injury from a defective pool, negligent supervision, or other negligence, use our contact form to contact Texas Pool Accident and Swimming Accident Lawyer, Jason Coomer, for a free review of your potential claim or send an e-mail to Texas Swimming Pool Accident Lawyer, Jason Coomer. As a Texas defective pool lawyer and negligent drowning lawyer, Jason Coomer helps families seek compensation for drowning accidents resulting in death, brain damage, hypoxia, and other serious injuries caused by negligence.
Defective Swimming Pool Drains, Unfenced Swimming Pools, and inadequately monitored water rides can be extremely dangerous causing serious injuries including drowning and hypoxia. Unfortunately, drowning is the second leading cause of death among children under 14 years of age and is a real danger for young children that live near unsecured pools.
Consumer Safety Groups and Organizations including the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) have become aware of many dangers with defectively designed and roped pools and have issued several safety warnings about the importance of pool safety.
There have also been several stories in the news where defective swimming pool drains have caused serious injuries to small children as well as trapped small children under water. These defective pool drain and spa drain accidents have caused several children to have been serious injured or killed due to having body parts entrapped by the drain of a swimming pool, wading pool, or spa. Under normal conditions, pipes leading from a pool's drain, or into the pool's pumps, draw water from the pool creating suction. If something blocks the normal function of a pool drain, the amount of suction can increase as the pump draws water past the obstruction. This increased suction can entrap a small child or person, causing the person to be held underwater, which often leads to brain damage because of lack of oxygen or hypoxia. In extreme situations, defective drains in wading pools have caused a child sitting on the drain outlet to be disemboweled by extreme suction.
Unfortunately, the Texas summer brings out many drunk and negligent boaters that threaten the safety of other boaters as well as swimmers. As a Texas boating accident lawyer Jason Coomer is familiar with insurance companies and handling careless and drunk driver claims. He understands insurance companies and can assist seriously injured people and families of persons killed in boating accidents navigate liability insurance, medical pay, and other insurance coverage. As an Austin Texas Drunk Driver Accident Lawyer, Jason Coomer helps victims of drunk drivers and boaters seek compensation, not only for property damage, but for medical costs, lost wages, future losses, impairment, disfigurement, pain and suffering, mental anguish, wrongful death, punitive damages, and other damages. If you have been seriously injured by a drunk boater or a careless boat operator or have lost a loved one in a boating accident caused by a drunk driver or a careless boater, it is important that you contact an attorney so you fully understand your rights before proceeding with a claim.
For more information on Texas Drunk Boating Accidents and Texas Negligent Boating Accidents, go to our webpage on Texas Water Craft, Wave Runners, and Boat Accident Lawsuits.
Texas Drowning, Swimming Accident, Hypoxia and Brain Damage Lawsuits are complicated because of the number of factors that need to be handled including identifying the cause of the swimming accident, diagnosing the brain injury, assessing the extent of damage caused by the brain injury, determining the permanent physical impairment caused by the brain injury, determining the cost and necessity for future medical treatment, determining other future care needs, and proving the overall loss suffered by the family.
Serious brain injuries can occur through traumatic impact to the head caused by an automobile accident, serious fall, falling object, construction accident, accidental gun shot, boating accident, or a vicious attack. Severe trauma to the head can cause the brain to move inside the skull and injure the brain. The skull typically protects the brain from injury, but because the inside of the skull is rough a traumatic event that causes the brain to move or to swell inside the skull can cause the brain to press up against the skull and cause serious brain damage.
Texas Defective Pool Lawyer and Texas Drowning Lawyer Jason Coomer commonly works on Texas Defective Pool and Brain Injury Lawsuits with other Texas Person Injury Lawyers including Houston Drowning lawyers, San Antonio Defective Pool Drain Lawyers, El Paso Hypoxia Lawyers, Dallas Unattended Child Lawyers, and other Austin catastrophic injury lawyers to make sure that his clients are provided the best legal teams possible for their Texas Brain Injury Law Suit, Texas Traumatic Head Injury Lawsuit, or Catastrophic Injury Claim.
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