purchase, george & murphey.
purchase, george & murphey.
Have you or a loved one been injured in an accident at another party’s swimming pool? When you’ve been in an accident caused by a dangerous condition at the pool, you may have the right to recover compensation for your harm or loss. Let the Erie, PA, swimming pool accident lawyers from Purchase, George & Murphey, P.C., help you seek financial recovery and justice. Since 2010, our top-rated lawyers have fought to protect the rights and interests of clients throughout northwest Pennsylvania. Our legal team combines decades of experience in personal injury litigation and insurance defense, giving us the insights needed to build effective case strategies for our clients. Through our firm’s collaborative approach, you will benefit from each attorney’s and staff member’s knowledge. At our firm, you always come first.
If you or a loved one have suffered a drowning or swimming pool accident, you need seasoned lawyers who will leave no stone unturned in pursuing compensation for your injuries or losses. Contact Purchase, George & Murphey, P.C., for a free initial case evaluation to discuss your legal options with our drowning accident attorneys in Erie, PA.
At Purchase, George & Murphey, P.C., our Erie, PA, swimming pool accident lawyers represent injured victims or their families after swimming pool accidents such as:
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"Professional, honest, hard-working and made the entire process a lot less stressful."
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Swimming pool accidents can cause severe injuries that may upend your life in an instant. For example, drowning can cause severe brain damage due to the lack of oxygen flowing to the brain when a swimmer’s lungs are filled with water. Swimmers and divers may also suffer traumatic brain injuries due to slip/trip and fall accidents or diving accidents. Falls or diving accidents can also cause spinal cord injuries and paralysis.
Traumatic forces on the body from swimming pool accidents can also cause other severe injuries, such as internal organ injuries/internal bleeding, broken bones, or soft tissue injuries. Although accident victims can recover from such injuries, they may need extensive and expensive medical care and rehabilitation. The financial impact of swimming pool accident injuries may be compounded when those injuries cause an accident victim to be out of work temporarily or even permanently disabled from their job or other kinds of work.
If you or a loved one have suffered injuries in an accident at a swimming pool owned by another party, you may have the right to pursue financial recovery for your expenses or losses when the accident was caused by a dangerous or defective condition of the pool. While you focus on treating your injuries or recovering from your grief over the drowning death of a loved one, let the drowning accident attorneys in Erie, PA, at Purchase, George & Murphey, P.C., fight for the financial recovery and justice you deserve by:
After you or a loved one has been injured in a swimming pool accident on someone else’s property, get the legal advocacy you need to demand financial recovery and justice for your harm and loss. Contact our firm today for a free, no-obligation consultation to learn how our Erie, PA, swimming pool accident lawyers will fight to recover compensation for your medical bills, lost income, or pain and suffering.
What compensation can I recover in a swimming pool accident case? +
When you’ve sustained injuries in a swimming pool accident on someone else’s property, you may have a claim to recover compensation for ongoing and future losses you incur due to your injuries, including for:
If you’ve lost a loved one in a drowning accident, your family may pursue a wrongful death claim to recover compensation for the loss of your loved one’s financial contributions to the family and the loss of the services, guidance, or training they provided to your household.
What is the statute of limitations on a swimming pool injury claim? +
In Pennsylvania, the statute of limitations requires you to file a lawsuit within two years after suffering injuries in a swimming pool accident. While two years may seem like a long time to file a lawsuit, don’t wait to seek legal help from our Erie, PA, swimming pool accident lawyers. If you file your lawsuit after the limitations period expires, you may lose the opportunity to pursue compensation from those at fault for the accident and your injuries.