Drowning is the leading cause of all accidental deaths among small children (1 to 4 years of age) and the second leading cause among all children from 1 to 14 years of age, second only to motor vehicle accidents. Drowning can occur in a number of places such as swimming pools, recreational waterways, lakes, ponds, spas, hot tubs and bathtubs.
In non-fatal cases victims will likely suffer severe, permanent neurological damage. Negligence plays a part in many drowning and near-drowning cases. This can occur because of lack of supervision, security or a problem with the premises. Our firm is here to hold these parties accountable.
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