Can a Waterpark be Sued for a Drowning?
Florida law requires that a water park exercise a reasonable care for the safety of its guests. We investigate whether the water parks follow safety standards set forth by the industry. If the pools are inspected, if the water parks have lifeguards, if those lifeguards are properly trained or their training is current, as well as does the water park have the proper life-saving equipment such as Shepherd’s Hooks and Ring Buoys. We also look to see if the water park monitors its water clarity.
With this information, we’ll be able to determine whether or not a water park was negligent and articulate our basis of the negligence of the water park to a judge or jury. If a loved one has drowned in a water park, it’s imperative that you contact a qualified lawyer to walk through the process with you. Our firm handle several aquatic drowning cases whether it being the traditional pools, the weight pools, spas, or artificial beaches.