Drowning can happen wherever there is water. It can occur in a bathtub or a bucket just as easily as it can in a pool or lake. Children are often over confident in their swimming abilities and adults often think their children will be okay for just a few moments of unsupervised time in or near water. Unfortunately, it is during these unsuspecting moments that tragedies happen.
Not all drowning accidents end in death. Depending on how long a person is underwater and deprived of oxygen will determine the extent of his or her injuries. Drowning injuries can result in long-term disability from brain and neurological damage. These injuries not only change a person’s life forever, but often have huge financial consequences for individuals and families as medical bills and the costs of rehabilitation mount.
If your loved one’s drowning resulted in serious injury or death as a result of another person’s negligence, the law offices of Synder & Gonzalez can help. Both Barry M. Snyder and Victor Moises Gonzalez are certified SCUBA instructors and have tremendous experience and knowledge of water recreation and water-related injuries. In addition to being a certified SCUBA instructor attorney Barry M. Snyder also holds a 100-ton Masters Coastguard license, has been an ocean beach life guard, swimming instructor and CPR instructor. Our extensive knowledge of water safety and water-related injuries uniquely qualifies us to handle complex drowning lawsuits in Florida.
Call 305-919-9797 to speak to one of our Florida drowning accident attorneys today.
We’ll make sure you know your rights and fight for the maximum compensation you are entitled to under the law.
We are located in North Miami Beach, near Aventura, Sunny Isles, Hallandale, Hollywood, Miami Lakes, Golden Beach, Opa-Locka, Carol City and Miami Shores and proudly serve clients throughout the state of Florida.