Water Park Drowning Accidents
Texas Water Park Accident Attorney
Going to a water park in the Texas area can be fun for the whole family, but what happens when negligence on the part of park employees results in the serious injury or loss of a loved one? In these cases, the injured party may have grounds for a civil lawsuit against the water park. Jesse E. Guerra Jr. is a Texas drowning accident attorney who has dedicated his legal career to representing victims and families of victims of drowning accidents of all kinds, whether they occur at hotels, water parks, private pools or jacuzzis, or public swimming pools. He understands just how serious these matters can be and is therefore committed to seeking justice on each client's behalf to the fullest extent of the law.
There are a number of water parks in the state of Texas. These parks draw thousands of visitors every summer, looking for a fun way to beat the heat. There is Bahama Beach in Dallas, Six Flags Hurricane Harbor in Arlington, Hawaiian Falls in Garland, Splash Town USA in San Antonio, Great Wolf Lodge in Grapevine and many more. These parks are immensely popular but may also be the sites of serious accidents, injuries and wrongful deaths. When these incidents are caused by negligence of any kind on the part of park operators or employees, this may provide the injured party with grounds for a personal injury lawsuit.
Why do drowning accidents occur at water parks?
Though there may be some level of risk associated with water rides, tide pools and the other various attractions in Texas water parks, there are situations where injuries could have been avoided if attractions had been properly built, maintained and inspected. Negligent supervision of children and adult park visitors may also be to blame for drowning or near drowning accidents.
Water park operators have a legal obligation to take reasonable measures to ensure grounds are free from hazards that may cause injury to parkgoers. Lifeguards on duty at various attractions must be vigilant in observing parkgoers, particularly children. Water park owners and property management companies must ensure proper maintenance in order to keep rides functioning properly and must ensure proper cleaning to avoid water-borne diseases.
Financial Compensation for a Texas Water Park Drowning Accident
In order to hold the park owner or other responsible party liable for a drowning accident, it will be necessary to prove that their act or failure to act led to the incident. If you have lost a loved one or if a family member has been seriously injured as the result of a near drowning accident at a water park, our team may be able to help you secure financial compensation for medical bills and much more, while bringing the negligent party to justice for their conduct.
Contact a Texas drowning accident lawyer at our firm for help with a claim against a water park.