Many people say swimming is a highly therapeutic sport to try. It enables you to relax and stretch your muscles safely without fear of pulling them or injuring them in any way. You would certainly expect to enjoy a safe and rewarding experience at your local pool. The last thing you would expect would be swimming pool injuries of any kind.
Breaststroke or front crawl?
We all have our preferred way of swimming. However, regardless of the stroke you use you would hope to leave the pool feeling better than when you arrived. It’s good to know most visits to a local swimming pool pass without incident, but there are some cases where someone suffers from one of a number of potential swimming pool injuries. If this happens to you, it is important to know what to do next.
What could happen to cause swimming pool injuries?
It’s not just in the pool that you may experience an injury. The areas around the pool are usually tiled and if they are chipped or broken you may cut your foot. Not only is this painful it can also lead to infection if the area is not properly cleaned.
Other possible areas of concern could include loose steps going down into the pool and changing areas that are not cleaned on a regular basis. While you would expect a swimming pool and its surrounding areas to be wet, you wouldn’t expect them to be unclean. This can lead to a build-up of algae that is very slippery indeed.
Get advice for your swimming pool injuries from Accident Advice Helpline
If you need advice for an injury you suffered within the last three years at a swimming pool, Accident Advice Helpline is here to assist you. You can contact us on our 24/7 helpline to ensure you have the best information and advice on whether you can make a no win, no fee** claim.
Our website also has a quick 30-second test to see whether you are in a position to make such a claim. This will provide the information you need to get the ball rolling. Our professional injury compensation lawyers are here to provide you with advice, support and input and we can take the hard work out of bringing such a claim. Contact us now for more information on how to get started.
Date Published: May 10, 2014
Author: David Brown
Category: Swimming accident claims