Stay Safe in San Diego: How to Avoid Drowning Accidents & What to Do If You Can’t!

According to the Prevent Drowning Foundation of San Diego, drowning is the number one cause of unintentional injury deaths for children ages 1-4. With so much water surrounding San Diego, San Diego residents should know how to prevent drowning accidents.
How to Stay Safe in the Water:
Suing for a Drowning Accident?

Unfortunately, drowning accidents happen fast and sometimes can truly be unavoidable. Many drowning accidents are just that, accidents. There is no one at fault, just a terrible accident. However, there are times were drowning occurs and there is someone at fault. When that occurs, a drowning accident lawsuit may be a viable option for victims and their families.


If someone like a lifeguard or property owner is at fault there are options for a lawsuit against the liable parties. The most common legal claims for drowning accidents are negligence and wrongful death.

Examples of Possible Drowning Lawsuits:

Being involved or affected by a drowning accident can be traumatizing and daunting. Hariri Law Group is here to help. Our attorneys based are familiar with all water laws in California and will ensure you receive compensation for your injuries. Please contact our office for a free consultation today to discuss the details of your case.

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