Did A Negligent Pool Owner Harm Your Child?

Children are drawn to swimming pools. They equate them with the fun they can be under the proper supervision. But, without supervision, a swimming pool is incredibly dangerous for small children who may not know how to swim and who fail to grasp the level of risk a swimming pool presents.

It is for just those reasons that many localities have ordinances regarding swimming pools that require fencing and other safety precautions be taken. Even if there are no laws in your area requiring pool owners to take steps to ensure the safety of their swimming pools, they can be held responsible for injuries that occur in their pools.

Under the concept of attractive nuisance, property owners have a responsibility to mitigate the risk posed by features on their property that may attract children.

If your child was hurt or drowned in a swimming pool accident, I can help you take action to create accountability for you.

AV* Preeminent Rated Swimming Pool Accident Attorney

I am attorney Eddy Meeks. For more than 38 years I have been helping those who have been injured and their loved ones to secure the compensation they deserve. My skill as a trial attorney allows me to craft cases that hold property owners responsible for their failures to maintain a safe premises. I have a well-known record of successfully helping my clients that has helped me earn an AV Preeminent rating form Martindale-Hubbell’s peer-review rating system, the highest available rating.

For representation that can hold a negligent property owner responsible for the harm his or her swimming pool has caused, turn to personal injury lawyer Eddy Meeks in Leesburg, Georgia. To schedule a free initial consultation call 229-232-8599, toll free at 800-868-3869. I can also be contacted via email.

I take cases on a contingent fee basis. I collect no attorney’s fees unless I secure compensation for you.

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