Pool Drowning Resources
Many foundations exist to educate about and prevent pool drownings. Others exist to help those who have encountered a near drowning experience or injury. And others exist to help those who have lost a child or loved one in a pool drowning accident to make a wrongful death insurance claim. We have listed the following for your help and convenience: 1. Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC): This is a government-funded program which provides education, research, and preventative methods regarding pool drownings. Drowning-related articles include:
- Prevention Tips: “Help Your Kids Swim Safely This Summer: Drowning Prevention Tips” and “Drownings: The Reality“
- Data and Statistics: “Stay Safe In and Around Swimming Pools” and “Drowning — United States, 2005–2009“
- Educational: “Drowning Happens Quickly – Learn How to Reduce Your Risk“
2. National Drowning Prevention Alliance (NDPA): A national organization which provides safety courses and safety tips for preventing drowning accidents. This organization also provides a calendar of water safety events and a host of opportunities to become involved.
3. Medicine Plus: Basic information for identifying, reacting to, and preventing near-drowning occurrences. This resource also provides a list of what not to do in the case of a near-drowning event. 4. Free copy of The Utah Wrongful Death Guide: This free book was written by experienced attorneys to inform and support those who are seeking a wrongful death insurance claim. This book is specifically designed to help individuals who have lost a loved one, but who are not sure about whether they should pursue a claim and, if so, should hire an attorney. 5. National Safety Council (NSC): This government organization provides safety tips for guardians of children who are swimming or near water. 6. The Foundation for Aquatic Injury Prevention (FAIP): FAIP, “is a non-profit educational organization dedicated to reducing the number of diving injuries, drownings and near drowning injuries, and other aquatic accidents.” This organization provides a wide range of services, including:
We hope that these resources are helpful to you, whatever your situation may be. For more information on pool drowning accidents, click here.
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