Drowning, Near Drowning, and the Available Damages
A drowning is when a person goes under the water has an event and cannot be resuscitated. A near drowning event is when a person is able to be resuscitated. Depending upon whether a person lives or dies, the law treats the damages very differently. A person who survives is entitled to pain, suffering, medical bills, and lost wages, or a drowning, a survivor, husband, wife, children, are entitled to lawsuit services.
In assessing damages, our firm communicates with their clients in order to be able to explain to a jury of how the loss impacted them. If someone has suffered a near drowning or a loved one has drowned, it is imperative that you seek out appropriate attorney to walk with you and to explain to you what is the necessary in order to protect your family and yourself for the future.