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Drowning Accident Case Going to Trial

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    Drowning Accident Case Going to Trial

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        "I highly recommend attorney Fred Willumsen. He is professional, thorough, forthright, and kind. He communicated well throughout the process, took the time to answer any question I had, told me just how things were, whether good news or bad. He advised well on decisions I needed to make, and his support team did a great job in helping to navigate and resolved my case with the best results possible. Thanks again, Fred!"

        – A.M.

        Fred was great! Communicated the entire time. Highly recommend.

        – Roxanna Alvarado

        Honestly I’m so happy I went to him!! Settled my case and was great on giving me updates throughout the process!

        – Marlee Guerrero


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        Have you lost a loved one in a swimming accident and have questions about a drowning accident case going to trial? Watch this video for guidance.


        Will my loved one’s drowning case have to go trial?


        A few years ago, we represented a family whose child had drowned in an apartment complex swimming pool. At the outset, the parents asked, “Do we have to go to trial?” That particular case can explain why the answer to that question is not always simple.

        At the outset, the apartment complex blamed the child, saying that the child had jumped the fence; therefore, they were not legally responsible. We investigated and interviewed witness and other tenants, including the pool maintenance people, and we were able to show and prove that the maintenance people had left the gate unlocked the day before.The child had opened and walked through the gate. After that, the apartment complex changed their position and agreed to accept responsibility for what happened to this child. If they had not done so, a trial would have been necessary in order to prove that the apartment complex was responsible.

        To answer the question, “Does my case have to go to trial,” it depends on the facts and the circumstances that are unique to your case, and there is no one answer for every single situation. If you contact me for a free consultation, I’ll be happy to discuss that and any other questions with you.

        Have you lost a loved one in a drowning accident in Texas and have questions about the drowning accident case going to trial? Contact our experienced Texas Drowning Accident Lawyers today for a free legal consultation and case evaluation.

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        “Thank you Willumsen Law Firm PC, for all that you have done for me. I greatly appreciate the professionalism and time management you guys gave me! Thanks again!”
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