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When warm weather is in the forecast, it’s common for people to flock towards the water. Men, women, families and friends head to the beach, pool or water park to enjoy the cool embrace of water on a hot day. These days are meant to be as happy and carefree as possible, but there are times when they end in tragedy. Drowning, watersport injuries, equipment failure and other accidents happen every day in the water. Globally, more than 40 people die by drowning every hour of every day. Drowning is one of the top 10 leading causes of death for children in every region of the world.
Here are some things to be aware of in the water:
Boats and powered watercraft: Boats, jet-skis, and other powered watercraft can be dangerous not only for riders, but for others swimming or relaxing in the water near these vessels. Powered watercraft should only be operated by individuals who are properly trained and/or licensed, and operate the vessel at a safe and reasonable speed.
The water itself: A drowning can occur unexpectedly and in a matter of moments. Even near-drownings can leave victims with permanent injuries, disabilities, and impediments. Young children should always be supervised by an adult who is able to swim and should also wear flotation devices, even in “shallow” water. Adults who are boating away from shore should also wear flotation devices.
Everyone is at risk for aquatic injuries, even the best swimmers. The attorneys at Kiley Law Group have managed the shock and dismay families feel following an accident in the water during what should have been a fun day. With the numerous beaches and bodies of water in New England, the attorneys with Kiley Law Group have seen many aquatic injury cases, and have experience securing the necessary resources to help victims and their families move beyond their injuries. Aquatic injuries are life-changing injuries that can take months or years to heal, if they ever do. With that said, obtaining the resources to be able to afford the necessary care should be a priority.
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