Houston Apartment Pool Accident Attorneys

Many families choose to live in apartment buildings or condo complexes with swimming pools for a safe, convenient and inexpensive way for their children to have fun. When something goes wrong and a child is injured in a pool accident, parents are too often left wondering, "Who's responsible? Am I to blame?"

If your child or loved one was seriously injured in a near-drowning accident, our firm is ready to look at your case and help you hold your building owner or property manager responsible for any failures to maintain a safe pool environment. Medical expenses and other costs of an accident can put tremendous pressure on families. Our Texas attorneys fight on behalf of our clients to get them the compensation they need and deserve when negligence was to blame for their loved one's injuries.

Of the more than 5,000 pool and spa-related accidents that occurred between 2010 and 2012, nearly one-quarter took place in a apartment, condo or other public pool complex. You are not alone if your child was injured at your building's pool, and we're here to help.

Find Out If You Are Eligible For Compensation

Both local and federal laws are in place to regulate swimming pools and spas to ensure that they are safe for use, especially by children. They cover everything from signage requirements to safety gates to safety covers for powerful suction drains.

When a near drowning takes place, it is important to speak with a lawyer regarding the circumstances surrounding the accident. Our attorneys will be able to determine whether your case involves negligence by a building owner that entitles you to seek compensation for your child's or other loved one's injuries.

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Contact us to speak with an experienced Houston apartment pool accident lawyers about your case. Call 281-407-6611 or toll free 800-346-0139, or send an email. There is no need to worry about attorney fees, since we will only collect if we win compensation for you.