If you know of a friend or neighbor that owns a pool, you're probably quite excited to take a dip this summer. However, keep in mind that not all swimming pool owners have safety in mind, which can end up harming you or your kids. The American Red Cross explains what swimming pool owners must do to keep visitors to their pool safe and secure.
Like all parents in Daytona Beach, you want your kids to lead healthy lives. Part of healthy living is getting outside, and while you no doubt encourage them to do so, you also probably maintain a slight concern about the dangers they may encounter. While your likely understand not to talk to strangers, things like swimming pools, construction sites, junkyards and abandoned building may seem innocuous to them. Many have come to us here at The Law Offices of Keith C. Warnock, P.A. after their kids have been injured in such places wondering what legal recourse is available to them.
While companies in Florida uphold the responsibility to treat their customers with respect, they are also tasked with making sure that their facilities are up to code and free of hazards that could cause avoidable injuries to their patrons. In unfortunate incidents where a customer does sustain an injury on the premises of a business, that company could be facing hefty consequences if it is found that they acted negligently in making sure they mitigated the risks that created the injury.