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Wisconsin Pool Drain Injuries Attorney

Most people associate swimming pool injuries with diving boards, lack of supervision, or slippery decking. However, they may not realize that improper pool drain maintenance is also a serious safety hazard, especially for children and inexperienced swimmers. When pool drains are turned on too high, the suction can pull swimmers down to the bottom of the pool, resulting in drowning or other serious injuries.

Swimming pool drains are important for regulating water levels in the pool, but they must be carefully controlled in order to prevent devastating injuries to swimmers. If you or someone you love has suffered harm in a swimming pool drain accident, you have a right to fight back against this dangerous form of negligence. To discuss the facts of your case, contact a tenacious Wisconsin pool drain injuries lawyer from Habush Habush & Rottier S.C. ®, today at 800-242-2874.

Swimming Pool Entrapment

One major problem with pool drains is that the force of the suction can trap a swimmer, pulling him or her under the surface. Drains can entrap things like hair and swimming gear, causing the person to get stuck to the drain. This can lead to a fatal drowning if the person is unable to escape. Even if the swimmer does not drown, prolonged submersion can cause permanent neurological damage.

Pool Drain Disembowelment

Another frightening issue with overly powerful swimming pool drains is disembowelment, or evisceration. In recent accidents, the suction force of the drain has pulled victims’ bowels and intestines out of their bodies. This is an extremely dangerous form of injury that can prove deadly.

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Drain entrapment and swimming pool disembowelment can be catastrophic. Thus, it is vital that swimming pool owners cover their drains or reduce suction power in order to protect swimmers. If a swimming pool owner has failed in this duty to you, resulting in injury, you may have grounds for legal action. Contact a knowledgeable Wisconsin pool drain injury attorney from Habush Habush & Rottier S.C. ®, at 800-242-2874 today to learn more.

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