Swimming Pool Injuries Are Preventable Personal Injury Lawyer MN



The Rochlin Law Firm represents people who are injured in a swimming pool accident. First, we make sure our clients receive compensation to pay for medical bills, lost wages, and more. For example, our lawyers have represented people injured on a swimming pool slide. We have had cases where the slide was defective, and our client was cut coming down. Also, there are cases at the pool where the water slide was not properly supervised, and one person ran into the next.

Unfortunately, there are tragic cases every year where a child is not watched and drowns in a swimming pool. In one tragic case from several years ago, an Edina girl was severely injured because of a defective water filtration device that was not properly attended to a vent.

All of these swimming pool accidents could have been prevented and the injury avoided. Our accident injury lawyers take these cases throughout MN. We make sure our clients are fairly compensated after a preventable swimming pool accident. The Consumer Product Safety Commission puts out some great information about pool safety. Here are some of the tips we got off of their web site:

Safety Alerts

Safety Guides

  • Electrical Safety In and Around Pools, Spas and Hot Tubs

    Install ground-fault circuit-interrupters (GFCIs) for protection against electrocution hazards. For example, electrical circuits and underwater lighting circuits in and around pools, spas, and hot tubs.

    Download the Electrical Safety In and Around Pools, Hot Tubs and Spas safety guide

  • Steps for Safety Around the Pool

    Simple steps save lives at the pool.

  • Portable Pool Safety

    Fence portable pools! Cover them! Put them away!

  • Guidance for Safety: The Pool and Spa Safety Act

    Pool owners and operators take note! Here, CPSC offers guidance on complying with the Pool and Spa Safety Act.

  • Safety Barrier Guidelines for Home Pools

    How do you keep children and others safe in your home pool, spa or hot tub? First, use common sense. For example, barriers help prevent drownings and near-drownings. These CPSC guidelines cover fences, gates, power safety covers and audible alarms for doors with access to pools.

  • Simple Water Safety Steps Can Save Lives


    Your greatest water safety assurance comes from adopting and practicing as many safety steps as possible. Therefore, adding an extra safety step around the water can make all the difference.

  • Pool Safely Steps


    You never know which safety step will save a life – until it does.

    Stay close, be alert and watch.

  • Pool Safely Tip Card

    Stay close, be alert and watch children in the water. Of course, you should learn and practice water safety skills if you own a swimming pool. Also, have the appropriate equipment, such as a fence around the pool, door alarm and other important safety measures.

Neighborhood Safety Network Posters

Pam Rochlin and David Rochlin are experienced injury lawyers in MN with more than 25 years’ experience. We have handled hundreds of accident injury cases throughout Minnesota.

If you have been injured at a swimming pool, call our office and speak with an experienced attorney for a free consultation. Pam Rochlin is a former partner at Meshbesher and Spence, providing small firm attention and personal service. Pam and David are married and we treat our clients like they are a part of our family.

We have offices where you can meet a personal injury lawyer in Minneapolis MN, St. Louis Park and Woodbury to discuss your swimming pool accident injury case. In addition, our attorneys meet personal injury clients at their homes in St. Paul MN, Chanhassen, Chaska, Maple Grove, and Apple Valley. Also, White Bear Lake, Brooklyn Park, and other cities throughout Minnesota. Call us for a free consultation. There is no fee if you are not compensated.