West Virginia Drowning Accidents
Drowning accidents can occur in any body of water, and often take place in swimming pools or hot tubs, as well as lakes and rivers where currents can be more powerful than the victim realizes. In cases where an accidental drowning occurs due to the negligence of the homeowner where the swimming pool is located, or in public parks where officials are expected to account for the safety of the citizens, victims or the victims' family may be eligible to receive substantial compensation based on the severity of negligence as well as the severity of the injury.
Drowning Accident Injury Claims in West Virginia
Many drowning accidents end in death, or serious long-term injuries that render the victim unable to work or care for himself without assistance from a medical professionals. People who sustain life-altering injuries such as brain or spinal cord injury can expect to receive significant financial compensation to cover the cost of medical bills, rehabilitation, physical therapy, lost wa ges due to the victim's inability to make a living, emotional pain and suffering and any other cost that is relevant to the injury. If you or someone you know has been injured or killed in a drowning accident, get in touch with a
West Virginia personal attorney from Klie Law Office as soon as possible to discuss your options.
Attorney Erika Klie Kolenich knows the law regarding drowning accidents and the negligence of responsible parties in the event of a drowning accident. I understand that since responsible parties must exercise appropriate care and maintenance to avoid being the cause of drowning accidents, those parties must be held accountable for accidents that do happen. I've proudly stood for the victims in injury claims, and routinely wins settlements and verdicts that reflect the severity of the case.