Pool fences are required for public, private, residential, and hotel and motel pools. The purpose of these fences is to ensure safety and to prevent accidents. If a fence does not meet regulations, it may not do what it is meant to do, whether it be installed incorrectly or not maintained properly. The results of a defective pool fence can be tragic, causing small children to be involved in accidents if their parents are not aware of the risks.
Pool Fence Guidelines:
If the above pool fence guidelines are not met, the fence could be considered defective and dangerous.
Other important things for parents to remember include the following:
If your child has been injured due to a defective pool fence that resulted in a pool accident, call our Toledo swimming pool accident attorneys at 800.637.8170. Our office can help you and your child reach a favorable settlement for the pain and suffering that has resulted from the defective pool fence.
Charles E. Boyk Law Offices, LLC