Parks and swimming pools are supposed to provide a fun recreational outlet. Every year, though, thousands of adults and children are injured because of improper supervision of other patrons, assault, defective playground equipment or generally unsafe conditions. If you or someone in your family has suffered a serious injury while playing at a park or swimming pool, you are entitled to seek compensation for medical treatment, lost earning potential and pain and suffering. In the event of gross negligence on the part of the property owner, you may also be entitled to seek significant punitive damages.
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The personal injury trial law firm of the Robinette Legal Group has many years of experience representing victims of negligence. As experienced litigators and trial lawyers, we apply our skills and knowledge of personal injury liability laws. We thoroughly investigate your park or swimming pool accident to find all parties who can be held liable for compensating you and your family, including the product manufacture, property owner and entity responsible for providing a save environment for patrons.
Contact us for a free consultation if you or a family members suffered a serious injury under any of the following circumstances:
Visiting a community park
Using playground equipment on a local school or church property
Swimming at a public or private swimming pool
Participating in community recreational and sports activities
Time Deadlines for Filing a Personal Injury Claim
Many parks and swimming pools are owned and operated by a city or other government entity. If you have been injured in an accident on government property, there may be a deadline to file an official form notifying the government that you intend to file an insurance claim. Talk to an experienced personal injury attorney as soon as possible after your accident. If you miss the deadline, you lose your right to file a lawsuit for damages.
The West Virginia Swimming Pool Injury Attorney You Can Trust
Contact our offices in Morgantown, West Virginia, to discuss your park or swimming pool injury claim with one of our lawyers. We offer a free consultation and represent clients in personal injury claims on a contingency basis. If we can’t help you recover money damages for your injury or wrongful death claim, you won’t pay attorneys’ fees.