June 12, 2012, ERIE, PA -- Sometimes, the Pennsylvania injury lawyer in me just can't help seeing a change of seasons as a time to worry about new hazards. Our household saw its last day of school last Friday and the invitations to visit our friends and neighbors for pool parties have begun already. We're grateful for such friends (I carefully select my friends using important criteria like pool ownership, boat ownership and hunting camp ownership) but it reminds me that Pennsylvania people are going to be spending a lot of time in and around swimming pools. As an Erie injury attorney who has represented people in far too many tragic pool accidents, I feel obliged to post reminders about swimming pool safety.
We've posted a lot of information about swimming pool safety on our website in the past. Here's a quick index with hyperlinks to articles for pool owners and users alike. Just click on the link to be taken to the article.
* The Consumer Product Safety Commission Backyard Pool Guide
* The CPSC Guide to Pool Entrapment Hazards
* The CPSC Guide to Preventing Child Drownings
* Swimming Pool Safety Barrier Guidelines
* Simple Pool Safety Steps
Outdoor swimming ought to be one of those pleasures that we all get to enjoy and, with just a little preparation and forethought, it will be just that for you and your family. If you own a pool, you absolutely should read and follow all of the relevant safety guidelines that came with your pool and that are required by your local municipal guidelines and, by all means, read and consider the guidelines and tips we post here.
Contact an Experienced Pennsylvania Swimming Pool Accident Lawyer
We can help if you've suffered an injury or loss in a Pennsylvania swimming pool accident. The Erie pool injury lawyers at Purchase & George offer free, no-strings attached consults to injured people and grieving families. To get the answers to your questions, call today locally at 814-580-5017 or toll free at 877-505-9548 or use our convenient on-line form on the right side of this page. We'll answer your questions and, if appropriate, we'll help you to recover the compensation necessary to make things right and deter Pennsylvania swimming pool accidents from happening to others.
Call today. Our consults are free and convenient and we won't charge a fee unless we obtain a recovery for you.