Every year in the U.S., at least 300 children are killed as a result of pool accidents.1 What may be just as upsetting as this is the fact that, in many cases, these deaths could have been prevented if someone else had been more attentive, careful and diligent about pool safety.

Diving into some of the most recent data about pool accidents, the following infographic presents some of the latest findings about pool-related injuries and deaths in the U.S.

We encourage you to share this with others to spread the word about pool accidents – and what can be done to prevent them and save lives.

When, however, you need answers about your options for compensation and justice following a pool accident (or any premises liability accident), don’t hesitate to contact a Denver personal injury lawyer at Cederberg Law.

Pool Accidents, Injuries & Deaths [Infographic]

Contact a Denver Personal Injury Lawyer at Cederberg Law

If you or a loved one has been injured in a pool accident – or if you have lost a loved one to any type of premises liability accident, contact a Denver personal injury lawyer at Cederberg Law to find out more about your best options for financial recovery.

At Cederberg Law, we know that there’s no amount of money that can ever make up for permanent injuries and losses – especially the loss of a loved one. However, we are also aware that fighting for survivors’ rights to compensation and justice can be pivotal helping people recover and heal. That is why we are dedicated to aggressively advocating our clients’ rights to financial recovery in any legal setting.

To meet with us at no cost or obligation to you, call us at 303-499-0449 or email us using the form at the side of the screen.

In addition to offering free initial consults and contingency fee options, our lawyers make hospital visits to ensure that you have access to the legal support you need – whenever you need it.

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1: All data and statistics presented herein are from the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CSPC).