Country Club Pool Accident Lawyers
When Country Clubs Fail to Maintain Visitor Safety, We Fight for Answers
If you or a loved one were injured in a pool accident at a country club, you are entitled to seek compensation for the harm you’ve suffered. Although you’d think that country club pools would be well-maintained and safe because they are privately-owned, this is not always true. Any swimming pool holds potential risk, and numerous country clubs around the country have been sued for causing drowning accidents, exposing swimmers to elevated chlorine levels, and other dangers.
The country club pool accident lawyers at Arnold & Itkin are dedicated to helping injured people throughout the nation get the compensation they deserve. Our firm has helped thousands of people throughout the years, recovering billions of dollars on their behalf. If you were injured or you lost a loved one in a drowning accident at a country club, our firm will work tirelessly to get you the financial relief you need to recover medical bills or funeral costs, recover from financial hardship, and to secure your future.
To get started, contact our nationwide country club pool accident attorneys at (888) 493-1629 for a free consultation!
What Is the Country Club’s Responsibility?
The country club’s property manager must ensure the property is safe and hazard-free for all visitors and club members. They should make routine inspections of the property to identify potential hazards and fix any risks they find, especially in the pool. For example, wet and slippery walkways around the pool should be cleaned up regularly, and there should be a caution sign to alert visitors.
Other country club responsibilities include:
- Maintaining a Safe Pool Area: It is their responsibility to take extra precautions around the pool area to protect children and other visitors. This may include installing a pool fence that makes it difficult for children to enter without an adult, having employees stationed near the pool to prevent unaccompanied children from entering, and any other necessary precautions.
- Having Lifeguards: Country clubs should have a trained lifeguard on staff. They should have floating devices, first-aid kits, and other tools available in case of an emergency.
8-Year-Old Girl Dies in Country Club Pool
In 2018, an 8-year-old-girl tragically died after drowning at the Castlewood County Country Club in California. The young girl was found unresponsive in the pool. A lifeguard pulled the girl out of the water and performed CPR until paramedics arrived. She later died at the hospital. Incidents like this are preventable, and property managers should be considered responsible when they fail to keep their visitors safe.
Serving People Injured at Country Club Pools Nationwide: Call (888) 493-1629
The country club pool accident attorneys at Arnold & Itkin have won hundreds of results of $1 million or more for people injured by the negligence of others. We have also helped families who have lost their loved ones in drowning accidents get the compensation they needed to move forward. We have recovered billions of dollars for our clients, helping them recover medical bills, lost income, and anything else they needed to rebuild their lives.
To learn your legal and financial options, call our nationwide country club pool accident attorneys at (888) 493-1629.