Has a loved one been hurt or killed in a drowning accident?
If your loved one has drowned, and you believe there may be a liable party, it’s important to understand the factors associated with your case. Did the incident occur at a public or private pool? Was there adequate supervision? Was the pool and pool equipment adequately maintained?
Even in the case of a river, pond, lake, or ocean drowning, there still may be a responsible party who contributed to the incident. This is especially true if there were boats or jet skis involved.
Williams & Williams can stand with you to investigate these issues and determine whether there’s a responsible party who should be held to account.
Do I have a claim?
If a loved one drowned at a private or public pool, in a river, pond, lake, or the ocean, there may be a liable party. If you suspect that negligence contributed to the incident, contact Williams & Williams today—we can help you sort out the facts of the matter and determine if there’s a case to be made.
When should you call an attorney?
Right away. If a loved one has drowned and you suspect that another party is responsible, our experienced team can investigate the situation, build a persuasive case, and help you receive fair compensation.
How can Williams & Williams help?
Determining liability after a drowning can be a difficult and harrowing task. But the experienced attorneys at Williams & Williams can help to investigate, build your case, and aggressively fight for what you’re owed.
Since 1936, we’ve recovered millions in damages for clients in Orangeburg County and across South Carolina. We will relentlessly advocate for your full and fair compensation.
What will it cost for Williams & Williams to handle my case?
We operate on a contingency fee, which means we don’t charge anything unless you recover damages.
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Contact a lawyer at Williams & Williams Attorneys at Law in Orangeburg, South Carolina by calling (803) 534-5218 to schedule a free consultation.
Your consultation will always be handled by one of our experienced attorneys.