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Drowning Accident Practice Areas
Amusement Park Drowning
Apartment Pool Drowning
Beach Accidents
Beach Patrol Negligence
Boating Accidents
Child Drowning Accidents
Country Club Pool Accidents
Cruise Ship Injuries
Defective Pool Fence
Defective Pool Gate
Diving Accidents
Diving Board Accidents
Drowning Accidents & Your Rights
Drowning Deaths
Drunk Boating Accidents
Homeowner's Association Pool Accidents
Hotel Drowning
Ice Drowning
Improper CPR
Improper Lifeguard Training
Jet Ski Accidents
Lake Drowning
Lifeguard Negligence
Negligent Pool Maintenance
Offshore Boat Drowning
Offshore Rig Drowning
Pool Accidents
Pool Chemical Accidents
Pool Drain Cover Accidents
Pool Operator Negligence
Public or City Pool Accidents
Resort Pool Accidents
River Drowning
School Pool Drowning
Spa or Hot Tub Accidents
Summer Camp Drowning Accidents
Virginia Graeme Baker Act
Water Illness
Water Park Accidents
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Country Club Pool Accidents

Accident Victims Need to Know Their Rights

Swimming pools can pose a serious danger to any person, at any time and in any location. It does not matter whether you are swimming in the community pool or at the local country club, caution must be taken if you want to improve your chances of avoiding serious injury from a near-drowning. When a country club pool accident does happen, it is very likely that negligence or carelessness is to blame.

If you have found yourself the victim of a country club pool accident, it is important that you know your rights. One of the first things a drowning lawyer from The Doan Law Firm, P.A. will do is to educate you on drowning accidents & your rights. Attorney Doan has helped give countless individuals and families the opportunity to rebuild their lives after experiencing tragedy. He has the skills necessary to determine liability and he will be able to advise you on whether you have grounds to file a lawsuit or claim to recover damages in your particular case.

Contact the firm today by calling (800) 863-9100!

The moments and days following this type of accident can be confused and frightening. Attorney Doan has a hard-earned reputation for aggressively advocating on behalf of victims' rights. He does not back down when country clubs or another organizations attempt to deny responsibility. When you need him the most he and his legal team will be by your side, fighting for your rights.

Hire an Experienced Drowning Attorney

Country clubs offer a wide variety of activities and amenities that members and their guests can take advantage of, particularly on warm summer days. People often opt to join and use country club facilities over those run by the city or local community, as there is a certain expectation that the club will keep their property well-maintained and look out for the safety of their members. A country club owner or manager needs be held liable for any accidents and injuries that result if he or she:

  • Acts negligently with pool maintenance
  • Attempts to cut corners with improper lifeguard training
  • Fails to fix something that is knowingly broken

It is this type of carelessness and backward thinking that puts others' lives at risk. Pool accidents are not minor accidents. In many cases, a pool accident can lead to permanent brain damage caused by a lack of oxygen, paralysis from spinal injuries, and other permanent disabilities. If you have suffered injury in a country club pool accident, hiring an experienced drowning attorney as your legal representation will have a significant impact on the outcome of your case. Call him now!

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