Our Michigan vacation and resort lawyers understand you probably have many questions about hotel or resort injuries. We do our best to answer many of these common questions below. Of course, you may have a question that requires the attention of an expert attorney, and we are here to help you with that.

Yes, you may be able to sue if your child suffered a drowning death or severe drowning injury while at a Michigan summer camp. Many summer camps may or may not have a lifeguard on duty, however it is still the facility’s responsibility to take care and monitor the children who attend their summer camp while swimming in a pool or lake.

Often times, a drowning death or injury at a summer camp may be the fault or negligence of the camp and its staff. This can include the failure to properly supervise the children, the improper training of employees, inadequate staffing or lifeguards, the lack of safety equipment, and improper maintenance.

Our summer camp drowning accident lawyers in Michigan represent parents and their children who suffered serious injuries while swimming at summer camp. If a child drowns to death due to a water accident, the parents may be able to file a Michigan wrongful death lawsuit.

Yes, there are special rules for filing lawsuits and claims against foreign resorts but you do have the legal right to file a suit.

Yes. Quite often, these types of vacation injury and resort accident cases can be filed even though the injury occurred in Mexico or on some other vacation island or resort. The time limitations for filing claims are different in other countries and it is important to contact an experienced lawyer immediately so that you do not miss a deadline.

Yes, you may be able to file a Michigan claim for your drowning injuries that were caused while riding on an Amusement Park water ride. Depending on how the water park accident occurred, the drowning injury victim and his or her family may have legal rights to be compensated, including money damages for pain and suffering, disability, medical bills, and lost wages. Whether a person suffered serious injury or was wrongfully killed after an amusement park water ride, our top rated legal team will investigate what happened and collect all the evidence and witness statements to prove and win your case.

Too often, a drowning death at an amusement park may be the fault or negligence of the park. This can include the failure to properly supervise the area, the improper training of employees, inadequate staffing or lifeguards, the lack of safety equipment, and improper maintenance.

It is essential to hire a qualified Michigan amusement park drowning injury lawyer who has a complete understanding of these cases and the knowledge and experience to achieve the best result for the victim and his or her family. A complete understanding of the facts and the laws that apply to drowning cases is necessary to achieve the highest possible settlement.

Yes. We have handled such cases and the airline is liable for your injuries and typically pays a settlement for your claim.

You do have an airplane injury claim against the airlines for the failure to properly secure the overhead compartment above you. These cases are controlled by federal aviation laws and it is important to hire an aviation lawyer immediately after your accident.

Yes. The airlines may be responsible for compensating you for your injury. The airline regulations and laws do provide a remedy for your injuries.

Yes, you may be able to sue if you suffered a traumatic brain injury after a Michigan diving board accident. Depending on how the diving board accident occurred and the injuries resulting victims may have legal rights to file a lawsuit and claim compensation for their injuries. If it was at the negligence of the facility or owner of the pool as to why the diving board accident occurred they may be liable.

According to research, possible negligence may include: inadequate non-skid material on steps, mold slime, inadequate or faulty railings, worn or improper nonskid material on end of the diving board, buildup of oily suntan lotion on end of board, diving board located too close to the side wall, rusty bolts that secure the diving board to the frame, improper markings of shallowness of water, and more.

It is essential to hire a qualified Michigan diving board injury lawyer who has a complete understanding of these cases and the knowledge and experience to achieve the best result for the victim and his or her family. A complete understanding of the facts and the laws that apply to drowning cases is necessary to achieve the highest possible settlement.

Yes, depending on how the accident occurred, you may be able to sue the Michigan hotel if you suffered injuries in a hotel pool drowning accident. Victims who drowned to death due to the hotels negligent pool maintenance at a Michigan hotel also have legal rights and a Michigan wrongful death lawsuit may be able to be pursued on behalf of the surviving family member(s).

Poor pool maintenance that can lead to serious drowning injury or death include: defective pool fence, defective pool gate, unmarked depth, non-slip material on deck, proper safety equipment, safe levels of chemicals, and more. Whether it is a hotel or motel pool, it is the responsibility of the facility to maintain the pool area properly.

It is essential to hire a qualified Michigan drowning injury lawyer who has a complete understanding of these cases and the knowledge and experience to achieve the best result for the child and his or her family. A complete understanding of the facts and the laws that apply to drowning cases is necessary to achieve the highest possible settlement.