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Tennessee Swimming Pool Laws

Nashville Swimming Pool Accident Lawyer Explains Premises Liability and Pool Injury Claims

Swimming pools are a summer favorite, but they can be a safety hazard without proper supervision, security and maintenance. Residences and businesses have a responsibility to provide a safe swimming environment to guests. When a safe environment is not maintained, it is likely serious pool injuries can occur.

If you, your child or relative sustained injuries in a pool accident, then call swimming pool accident lawyer Stan Davis in Nashville TN. He has experience pursuing claims against negligent hotels, businesses and swimming pool owners whose negligent actions results in an accident, injury or drowning.

What Can Cause a Swimming Pool Accident?

The most common causes of pool accidents include:

  • Inadequate supervision or lack of security
  • Lack of warning signs regarding depth and diving
  • Pool heater explosion or electrocution
  • Poorly maintained or defective drains and filters
  • Faulty or damaged diving boards
  • Overserving alcohol to guests

Who is at Fault for a Pool Accident?

Businesses may have swimming pools, including hotels, resorts, gyms, water parks and apartment pools. If so, they have an obligation under premises liability law to provide a safe environment to guests. Pool owners or operators who neglect this obligation are liable for their guests’ pool injuries sustained due to negligence.

Residential homeowners with pools can also be liable for injuries if the owners fail to keep their properties in good condition, fail to warn guests about hazards or fail to comply with local ordinances regarding swimming pool safety. Swimming pool owners must obey all laws as well as carry homeowner’s insurance that covers these types of accidents.

Additionally, product liability laws hold builders and manufacturers who create the parts liable under Tennessee . For example, if a defective diving board resulted in pool injuries, then you could have a claim against the manufacturer. If the pool drain was not installed properly and that caused an injury, the builder may be liable.

Hurt? Call Our Nashville Swimming Pool Accident Lawyer Immediately

Personal injury attorney Stan Davis has experience representing clients injured at swimming pools in or around Nashville. Our office will provide a free, no-obligation consultation to assess your best legal options and help determine who could be at fault for the swimming pool accident.

We work on a contingency fee basis, which means you pay no money upfront and only pay attorney fees if we successfully gain a verdict or settlement on your behalf. Call (615) 690-2080 to get in touch with our Nashville swimming pool accident lawyer. Since opening the firm in 1997, our attorney has assisted Lebanon, Clarksville, Smyrna and residents across the state by providing experienced legal help when they needed it the most. Call to learn how we may be able to assist you today.