Can an owner of property be held liable for a death where one died by drowning in a swimming pool?
Maybe. But be prepared to show how the property owner was negligent. An property owner is responsible to his guests or invitees to have reasonably safe conditions on his property. To win your case, there would have to be an unsafe condition at the pool that the owner should have known about or did know about, and failed to fix the condition in a reasonable time. If you claim that there was inadequate supervision, you must show how other property owners have more supervision, have an expert in pool safety testify about the proper supervision for swimming pools, etc. Since negligence is hard to prove, you should see a personal injury lawyer right away (most give "free consultations" and you don't pay unless they win--see the phone book).
If the death is a result of circumstance he had control over then he may be found liable. Read More
People are afraid of swimming because of the risk of drowning. People fear death so are afraid of swimming. Read More
drowning,this can include a fear of water and or even death choke on water if you are swimming in pool with salt or chlorine water this can rec and damage your hair Read More
Alfred Daniel King was found dead in the swimming pool of his home. The cause of his death was listed as an accidental drowning. Read More
Drowning is death by water inhalation. Nobody survives after drowning, by definition. Read More
You should never go swimming alone because you never know if you'll get hurt or tired out on the water. It's a precaution one takes to avoid drowning to death. It's also more fun to swim with a friend! Read More
Can you be held liable for injuries or death sustained by uninvited persons using your child's skateboard ramp on your property?
Actually, yes. It is your property and if they get hurt you could get sued... ...That is unless you have a signed liability/injury waiver from their parents. Read More
No, a co signor would not be liable. A co-buyer would be liable. Read More
Yes it can. Done improperly, waterboarding can lead to literal drowning and death. Read More
Generally the assets of a decedent, such as his property, estate or trust are liable for his debts before the assets are distributed to heirs. Death does not extinguish a debtor's obligations. Read More
I have never known anyone speak of a medical term for drowning, so I will make one up for you. Water inhalation asphyxia? On a death certificate, "drowning" is a mode of death and not a cause. Therefore it would not be put on it. Read More
Drowning, death, and disease Read More
According to the Centers for Disease Control, in 2005, the United States experienced an average of ten drowning deaths per day (3,582) with an additional 710 people dying from drowning and other causes in boating-related accidents. Furthermore, the CDC reports that more than one in four fatal drowning victims are children fourteen and younger. Drowning is the second leading cause of accidental death in children. For more information on drowning, see the article "Dry Drowning… Read More
Erica J. Armstrong has written: 'Water-related death investigation' -- subject(s): Drowning 'Water-related death investigation' -- subject(s): Drowning Read More
The cause of Joseph Death was from drowning but I am not sure how. Read More
Drowning and crushing with a possible side effect of death Read More
Well, when drowning, the lungs are being filled with water. This water replaces the necessary oxygen to keep you alive. If you take no breath, all the oxygen is used up and without oxygen...death. Hope this helps. :) Read More
Any poorly diagnosed death that takes place in water that is not due to drowning. Read More
If no one pushed you, yes. Read More
Death by asphyxia by submersion in water. Types of drowning: * Wet drowning, water enters the lungs. * Dry drowning, your larynx closes so no air may enter the lungs. * Secondary drowning, a drop of water may enter the lungs, and up to 72hrs later you could die from a build up of liquid in the lungs. Asphyxia - a state in which the body becomes deprived of oxygen. Read More
== == No they would not help prevent anyone from drowning, but breast implants have at least been known to stop a bullet and therefore prevent probable death from the gunshot. Read More
Drowning victims usually do not bleed from the nose or mouth. However, severe head trauma or chest trauma could cause this effect. Read More
Some causes of death on Titanic would include hypothermia/exposure, drowning, pressurization, and blunt impact. Read More
The sirens lure sailors to their death, either by ship wreak or drowning. Read More
Drowning is the leading cause of death in deserts of North America. Read More
because the sirens lured the sailors to their death by seducing them with their music and singing. Because to encounter them meant death by drowning or shipwreck in effort to reach them beyond the cliffs that made up the shores of the islands they frequented. Their song would lure them to their death by drowning or wrecking a ship ashore on a cliff. Read More
After the death of Polonius, Ophelia goes insane and falls off a tree, drowning to death. Act 4, Scene 7. Read More
like all men he was or will be liable to death, do you have a particular Alexander in mind? Read More
Can a nursing home and an assigned hospice care worker of the home be held liable for injuries suffering or the death of a resident if their prescribed medication is arbitrarily halted by someone?
yes, i cant see any reason for them not to be liable, if someone suffers death, injury or loss of sight, hearing ect. from medication in any way, the hospice can and should be held liable. Read More
A corporation cannot have a Will. Wills are for distributing the property of an individual after their death. A corporation cannot have a Will. Wills are for distributing the property of an individual after their death. A corporation cannot have a Will. Wills are for distributing the property of an individual after their death. A corporation cannot have a Will. Wills are for distributing the property of an individual after their death. Read More
Who is the Russian figure that escaped death through various attempts and finally died as a result of drowning?
Rasputin Read More
Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS) Drowning Read More
Disease, mainly cholera, wagon accidents, infections, and drowning. Read More
Johnny killed him because he was drowning pony Read More
Detectives do NOT determine the cause of death. Depending on the jurisdiction, either a Coroner or a Medical Examiner will make the determination of the cause of death. Read More
Owen uses "drowning" to describe the soldier unable to put on his helmet in time, and he then describes this man "guttering, choking, drowning" - all of which could be used to describe some type of death by asphyxiation. Read More
Yes, Drowning Pool, the original song writers, were supposed to tour with Rob Zombie. The death of lead singer Dave Williams made it unable to occur. So to tribute Drowning Pool and Dave Williams Rob Zombie did bodies. Read More
Would the doctor be held liable if his assistant prescribed a drug that resulted in the death of a patient if he did not give the nurse permission to do?
no. it would be the nurse who is liable. the nurse was acting illegally in the first place. Read More
No. You have no rights in a parent's property while they are living. An inheritance comes from the property a decedent owns at the time of death. Death makes that property 'inheritable'. There is no such thing as an inheritance from a living person. Read More