Chicago Swimming Pool Accidents
Illinois Premises Liability Law & Your Rights
Each and every year in the United States, thousands of Americans are injured
or killed as a result of accidents in swimming pools. Tragically, according
to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, children between the
ages of one and four were most susceptible to drowning in residential
swimming pools. Often, a lack of supervision, unsafe pool conditions and
even failure to provide lifesaving equipment can lead to serious injury and even
wrongful death. If injuries were sustained because of another person's negligence,
you need to speak with our
Chicago injury lawyers right away.
Can I receive compensation?
In addition to fatally drowning, many thousands of injuries - ranging from
simple bruises to major paralysis - can result from swimming pool accidents.
All too often, these accidents are entirely preventable and often result
from a pool being improperly maintained or the surrounding pool area not
being appropriately cared for. These open dangers are often not obvious
and thus all the more dangerous.
If you or a loved one has been injured in a swimming pool accident, you
may be able to receive compensation with the assistance of an experienced
Chicago premises liability attorney. If you believe that your injuries are the result of someone else's
negligence, it is critically important that you explore all of your legal
options as soon as possible. You may be eligible to receive compensation,
but the statute of limitations in this state means your time to pursue
compensation is limited.
Highly-Rated Representation for Chicago-Area Victims
At Pavich Law Group, P.C., we will help you investigate every aspect of
your case and determine if you have a valid claim. With over 70 years
of combined legal experience in assisting our clients, you can rest assured
that we will keep your best interests in mind. This time in your life
may be stressful, but you do not have to face it alone.
Contact Pavich Law Group, P.C. today to discuss your case or take a few minutes to fill out a
free case evaluation form to learn more about your options!