Texas Pool Regulation Attorneys

One reason our clients turn to our firm and seek the advice of our experienced attorneys is that it can be difficult to make sense of the law following a serious pool accident. With different laws at the local, state and federal levels, many families of accident victims are left with more questions than answers when the dust settles. Few things are more frustrating for a family coping with serious accident-related injuries than the stress caused by the question, "What are my legal rights?"

We are here to help you evaluate your options for holding a pool or building owner responsible for negligent supervision, faulty equipment and other common causes of pool accidents in Texas and across the country. We offer a free consultation so you can find out if you can pursue compensation for the medical expenses, pain and suffering that your child and family have to endure. Contact our Houston or Katy office today.

Understanding The Laws Designed To Protect You And Your Family

Congress passed the Pool and Spa Safety Act in 2007. This requires certain types of drain covers to be installed on all residential pools to prevent people — especially children — from being trapped underwater, where they can suffer severe injuries and even death from drowning.

While there is no state law that comprehensively addresses pool safety, Houston and other cities in the area have enacted local laws to require adequate, self-closing and self-locking fences around below-ground and above-ground pools. Because local laws vary by city, it is important to talk with an experienced attorney to determine whether a violation actually occurred.

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Contact us to speak with an experienced Texas pool regulation 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.