Florida Lawyers Handling Drowning Accident Cases
Orlando Lawyers Handling Death From Drowning Cases
Have you lost a loved one in a drowning accident? Do you believe the accident could have been prevented, and that it was caused by someone else's negligence, such as the owner of the property where the drowning took place? If so, you may be able to file a wrongful death lawsuit to seek compensation for your family's loss.
At The Umansky Law Firm, our personal injury attorneys handle drowning accidents that took place in Orlando and throughout Central Florida. We are sensitive to the fact that your loss has permanently changed your life. You can count on us to move forward tactfully, doing everything we can to find those responsible for the drowning and hold them accountable.
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We understand that no amount of money can ever replace what you have lost. But we strongly believe those whose negligence caused the death of another human being should be held responsible. We also believe that you should be compensated for the financial damage that has come along with your loss.
How Did the Accident Happen?
In Florida swimming pools, there are many ways in which a negligent individual or property owner can cause serious harm. Our attorneys handle cases involving situations where people slipped and fell into pools and drown as the result of the pool owner's negligent upkeep of the surrounding area.
Because of the number of swimming pools in Florida and many of them without obvious lifeguards and other precautions, drowning in Florida is a prevalent situation, especially for children and infants. Even in public places such as public pools and beaches, drowning can occur without anyone knowing for quite some time.
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We are Florida attorneys handling drowning accident cases. We offer a free consultation and case evaluation. We handle all cases on a contingency basis, which means that we do not collect attorneys' fees unless we obtain compensation for you by way of settlement or verdict.