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With summer here, many people and their families seek fun in the sun by relaxing near a pool. However, what many people tend to forget are the dangers of pool-related accidents, especially if these accidents occur on your property. In regard to premises liability, there are a few things you can do to lessen the chances of pool accidents on your property to ensure you are protecting your guests and yourself. Below are a list of things you can do to make sure your pool and pool-area are as safe as possible.

  • Installing a fence can lessen the chances of small children slipping and falling into the pool area where he/she can become hurt or drown.
  • Installing anti-slip technologies can decrease the risk of people slipping around your pool area and hurting themselves.
  • Making sure you have safety equipment in the pool vicinity can provide the necessary help if a person becomes injured or unconscious while in your pool. By having a piece of safety equipment, such as a floatation device, a person or child can be removed from the pool when hurt to avoid drowning.
  • Ensuring your pool drains are functioning properly will ensure that people are not becoming injured while swimming in your pool. Sometimes, a person’s hair or clothes might be suctioned by a malfunctioning drain, causing a person to drown.
  • Making sure you warn your pool visitors of any unseen potential dangers allows for the other people at your pool to know what to avoid when having their fun in the sun.
  • Keeping an eye on pool occupants is the best kind of surveillance. By making sure all persons occupying the pool area are behaving in a safe manner, you can rest-assured that pool accidents will be less likely to occur.

By taking into consideration the guidelines listed above, you can be sure that your pool area is safer to those visiting. It is important that your pool area is safe not only for the safety of others but also to ensure the safety of yourself as the homeowner or home occupant.

What is Premises Liability?

Premises liability refers to a set of laws that determine if a property owner is liable when another person suffers an injury in or on their building, land, or property Although there are many dangers in regard to pool use, a pool owner is not always liable if a person is hurt while occupying the pool.

The most important factors to take into consideration when having guests over at your private pool are to tell them of any potential dangers such as the pool being shallower than it may appear, an unstable rock on the waterfall, or if a certain tile is loose. For this reason, it is important that your pool be in the best condition possible before inviting others to join in the fun.

If you have been hurt at another person’s pool or at a public pool, it is important to contact an Austin personal injury lawyer as soon as possible to make sure you have the help you need to receive the compensation you deserve.

To discuss your pool accident case, contact the Austin personal injury lawyers at The Daspit Law Firm today. You pay absolutely nothing unless we win.

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