Texas Drowning Attorney: Murky and Cloudy Water Pools
Legal Action for Cases of Murky or Cloudy Pool Water Drowning
Swimming in a pool with murky or cloudy water makes swimming far more dangerous. A swimmer in distress could been harder to see, and easily lost underwater and rescue efforts will become difficult. If you or someone you know was involved in a drowning accident due to murky or cloudy waters then you need to contact a Texas drowning lawyer immediately. At The J. Guerra Law Firm we will give your case the attention it deserves. We want to help eliminate the dangers found in a pool environment by taking on cases that will help us change swimming pool safety laws, to save parents and other loved ones from a tragic situation that could have been avoided. Jesse Guerra is legal counsel for the National Drowning Prevention Association, and he and all of his firm are committed to increasing pool safety for all. We represent victims of accidental drowning in Texas and throughout the country.
Was the pool water murky or cloudy?
If a pool has murky or cloudy waters it is often the result of pool operator negligence or poorly trained pool staff. If the drains are not clearly visible in the deepest part of the pool then the pool must be shut down immediately. Rescue efforts in a drowning accident can become difficult in murky or cloudy waters. Murky or cloudy pool water can be caused by chemicals not being used properly or broken pool equipment and pumps, with added dangers of contamination.
If you or a loved one drowned in a pool with murky or cloudy water then you need to contact a Texas swimming pool drowning lawyer as soon as possible. Our firm can help you get financial compensation for medical expenses resulting from injuries such as brain damage, funeral expenses, emotional trauma, and pain and suffering, among other damages. Don't let a negligent pool operator and poorly trained pool staff continue to put the lives of others at risk. Contact us for a free consultation to see how we can help you file a claim or lawsuit.