Yes, you may be able to sue if you suffered a traumatic brain injury after a Michigan diving board accident. Depending on how the diving board accident occurred and the injuries resulting victims may have legal rights to file a lawsuit and claim compensation for their injuries. If it was at the negligence of the facility or owner of the pool as to why the diving board accident occurred they may be liable.
According to research, possible negligence may include: inadequate non-skid material on steps, mold slime, inadequate or faulty railings, worn or improper nonskid material on end of the diving board, buildup of oily suntan lotion on end of board, diving board located too close to the side wall, rusty bolts that secure the diving board to the frame, improper markings of shallowness of water, and more.
It is essential to hire a qualified Michigan diving board injury lawyer who has a complete understanding of these cases and the knowledge and experience to achieve the best result for the victim and his or her family. A complete understanding of the facts and the laws that apply to drowning cases is necessary to achieve the highest possible settlement.
For more information on your rights after a diving board accident in Michigan, call us now at (800) 606-1717 to speak with one of our experienced diving board injury lawyers about your case. Our office will start working on your case immediately and begin gathering witness statements and evidence to prove and win your case. Call today for your free consultation and determine whether or not you have basis to file a claim.