Wave pools may be fun, but they can also be incredibly dangerous. If you need an explanation of what a wave pool is, it’s normally a large swimming pool with waves that are generated mechanically. Whilst these facilities can draw in visitors from miles around, it’s important to remember that they can cause serious accidents and injuries. Let’s take a look at some of the biggest dangers of wave pools right now.
Common accidents with wave pools
Wave pools can be incredibly dangerous for inexperienced swimmers, and many have come to harm after overestimating their skills in the water. Swimmers may be pulled further into the deep end than they wish to head and many have come to harm when the people managing the facilities have failed to maintain them or check them properly. Chlorine, heat and sun glare can lead to reduced visibility, and loud noise around the pool may prevent lifeguards from being able to hear cries for assistance. Crowding can also make it harder to spot those in distress, and people may find it tough to exit the pool when they are no longer comfortable because of the vast amount of people in it. Sadly, one of the dangers of wave pools is the risk of death.
If you have been in an accident whilst using a swimming pool and it wasn’t your fault, we may be able to help you take legal action. At Accident Advice Helpline, we have years of experience behind us when it comes to getting justice and compensation for people from all walks of life, and we may be able to help you if you or your child was hurt in a wave pool. We always assign the right kind of solicitor to you, which means if you or your child have come to harm in a swimming pool, the legal professional working for you will have vast experience in working on similar cases. We know all about the danger of wave pools and claiming for swimming-related accidents.
We have been a leading player in the personal injury claims field since in 2000 and we always work closely alongside our clients so we’re gathering together as much valuable evidence as we need to strengthen your case. Why wait any longer? Call 0800 689 0500 (landline) or 0333 500 0993 (mobile) today if you have been hurt in a wave pool and it wasn’t your fault.
Date Published: April 20, 2017
Author: Accident Advice