Maryland Drowning Accidents
Premises Liability & Negligence
Most drowning accidents involve some sort of negligence, recklessness, or a combination thereof. For example, swimming pool accidents are a common form of premises liability. The owner or manager of the pool is responsible for ensuring that there is proper supervision, adequate warning signs for running and diving, and sturdy equipment to ensure that nothing breaks due to neglected maintenance. Boating accidents and water sport accidents can also result in someone drowning due to defective products understaffing. Negligence is evident in any such accident and is the main grounds for any personal injury claim.
Recover Damages Through a Wrongful Death Claim
Anyone who has lost a loved one in an accident, such as a drowning accident, can fight for justice and compensation by filing a wrongful death claim. Such a claim will allow the surviving family and dependents to be compensated for funeral and burial costs, loss of income, pain and suffering, property damages, and more. Make sure that you receive fair coverage for your damages by hiring a Maryland personal injury attorney right away. Chaikin, Sherman, Cammarata & Siegel, P.C. can provide the representation that you need for a successful case.
Contact a Personal Injury Lawyer from Our Firm Today
Our attorneys are skilled trial lawyers who will not back down in a fight. We are more than willing to take your case to trial if necessary, but we are also compassionate toward our clients and understand that they are going through what may be the most difficult time of their life. Take part in a free case evaluation today so that a Maryland personal injury lawyer can help you determine exactly what can be done to recover your damages. Although no amount of money can compensate for your loved one's death, you can still find justice and some form of compensation by filing a claim. Contact our firm today!