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Been in a Swimming Pool Accident in South Florida

And Looking For The Right Swimming Pool Accident Lawyer to Aggressively Represent You to Ensure You Are Fully Compensated for Losses and/or Injuries?

Florida Swimming Pool Accident Cases

There are thousands of swimming pool accidents each year in Florida. Unfortunately, each year in the US several hundred children under the age of five drown in residential swimming pools and spas and thousands more are treated in emergency rooms. Pool accidents, diving accidents and other swimming related accidents are the second leading cause of death of children under 14 years of age.

Don’t Waste Time With Anyone Else. Call Us First, And We Will Help You Seek Fair And Just Compensation.

Types & Causes of Swimming Pool Accidents & Injuries:

These are just a partial list of the more common types of swimming pool accidents and injuries:

  • Lack of, or Inadequate Pool Fences
  • Diving Boards
  • Slippery Surfaces
  • Pool & Spa Drains / Too Much Suction
  • Trapped by Pool Covers
  • Poor or Improper Pool Maintenance
  • Improperly Designed and Constructed Pools
  • Electrocution
  • Inadequate or Negligent Supervision
  • Inadequate or Negligent Life Safety Equipment
  • And Others

Why Choose Cohen & Juda To Represent You:

  • Free Consultation
  • We Handle All Types of Injury and Accident Cases
  • Highly Experienced – Helping South Florida Clients Since 1999
  • Mr. Cohen or Mr. Juda Can Come to You to Sign up Your Case
  • No Attorney Fees or Costs Unless We Win Your Case
  • Fees Negotiable on Larger Cases
  • Relentlessly and Aggressively Working for You
  • We Take Cases Throughout Florida And The U.S.
  • Available 7 Days a Week
  • Already Have a Lawyer? Let us Provide You a 2nd Opinion on Your Case

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Statute Of Limitations For Personal Injury In Florida

Florida law has different statutes of limitations which affect the amount of time you have to file your claim. The time limits are based on the type of case you have. The law has recently changed. We encourage you to contact an attorney immediately to find out how the Statute of Limitations may affect your negligence, medical malpractice, nursing home neglect or wrongful death claim.

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