Authorities are working to uncover the circumstances surrounding the accidental drowning of a six-year-old boy that occurred in Jacksonville, FL on Wednesday, August 17th. After hours of searching, the boy was found at the bottom of a neighbor's pool, but efforts to revive him were unsuccessful.
Inquiries have arisen as to where the responsibility lies for the pool drowning. Not only were there were no locks on the fenced-in pool, but the wheelchair-bound mother's ability to properly care for her children has been called into question. Accidental drowning is a leading cause of death for children aged one to four and therefore preventative measures must be taken to protect young children.
At Onder, Shelton, O'Leary & Peterson, we recognize how emotionally difficult it can be to deal with the wrongful death of a loved one. The emotional strain can be crippling and during such a time, it can be difficult to imagine dealing with the complexities of a
personal injury claim.
For this reason, a St. Louis personal injury lawyer from our firm we stands ready to help protect your best interests and those of your loved ones while you focus on healing. So don't wait! For help you can rely on,
contact the Onder Law Firm today.