Child Injuries

Children are extremely vulnerable. When a child is injured because of another person’s negligence, carelessness or recklessness, they deserve the best possible care and treatment.
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Failure to Supervise

Parents trust that day care providers, baby sitters, teachers, and coaches will protect and supervise their children while in their care. What if they fail to supervise your child? What happens if your child suffered a serious injury from the lack of supervision?
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Swimming Pool and Aquatic Accidents

Phoenix Swimming Pool Accident Attorneys

i-prac-poolsSwimming pool accidents, including a child drowning, can happen quickly. When children are involved, they need constant supervision. Younger children tend to suffer injury or drowning in private swimming pools, while older children may be more likely injured in a public swimming pool, even with a certified lifeguard present.

Located in Phoenix, the child injury lawyers at Zachar Law Firm represent the families of children who are injured in a swimming pool accident.

We have more than 20 years experience advocating for children and the families of children who suffer swimming pool accidents, including drowning, injuries from a slip and fall and electrocution.

For additional information about us and the benefits of retaining our child injury law firm, please visit our Firm Overview.

Schedule a free confidential consultation to speak to a board certified lawyer about your child’s swimming pool accident claim by calling Zachar Law Firm 602-494-4800.

Experienced Arizona Jet Ski and Boating Accident Lawyers

In addition to swimming pool accidents, we also handle other types of aquatic accidents, including jet ski accidents, skiing accidents, boating accidents and water park accidents.

If you or your child was injured at a water park, public swimming pool or in a skiing or boating accident because of a failure to supervise, failure to secure the pool, or other type of negligence, you may be entitled to compensation.

We handle all types of injury claims involving children, including:

  • Wrongful death
  • Drowning
  • Brain injury
  • Paralysis
  • Scarring
  • Broken bones
  • Spinal cord and back injury

Contact an Experienced Child Injury and Swimming Pool Accident Lawyer

For information about Arizona negligence laws, the legal process, or to discuss your child’s swimming pool or other water accident claim with an experienced personal injury attorney, please schedule a free confidential consultation by calling us at 602-494-4800.

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Dog Bites

Dog bites and dog attacks are responsible for thousands of child injuries every year. Children are more susceptible to dog bites and attacks because they are not adept at reading a dog’s temperament or propensity to bite. Arizona dog bite laws impose strict liability on pet owners, even if the dog has a friendly disposition and no history of biting. Click to read more...

Bike Accidents

Bike accidents often occur because drivers are not paying attention at stop signs, crosswalks or intersections, or other bicyclists are riding recklessly on bike paths. You should instruct your children to ride their bike defensively to avoid an accident. A green light at an intersection or cross street may mean you legally have the right of way, but someone making a turn or running a light may not notice you.
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Child Safety

Child Safety Tip #1: Make sure you have smoke alarms in place and change your batteries once per year. Picking an important day (holiday or birthday) to change your smoke alarm batteries makes it easier to remember. Also, check to ensure your parents do the same if the children visit their grandparents and stay overnight. Click to read more...