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Recent Posts in Drowning Accident Category

  • Wear It! Campaign Brings Awareness to Life Jacket Safety in May

    Boating safety is a major concern for people who frequent the waters for recreational fun across the country. In the event of a boating accident, capsize event, or other unforeseen hazard, a drowning accident can occur, and is far more likely to if people are not wearing their life jackets. The National Safe Boating Council (NSBC) has used the Wear It! campaign for several years in a row now to ...
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  • Fatal Michigan Drowning Accident of Teen Leads to Wrongful Death Lawsuit, Criminal Charges

    The family of KeAir Swift is suing the East Detroit Public Schools, the Professional Educational Services Group, three school principals, the Macomb Intermediate School District and substitute teacher Johnathan Sails for the 14-year-old’s Michigan wrongful death. Sails is also charged with involuntary manslaughter in Swift’s fatal drowning. The 24-year-old, who was filling in as a swimming ...
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  • Child Drowning Accidents: Reminder to Parents and Pool Owners to Take Steps to Prevent Swimming Accidents This Summer

    With summer here and drowning accidents continuing to be a leading cause of child deaths, pool owners must make sure that their pools are safe for use. This means ensuring that children at a pool are properly supervised, appropriate safety measures have been implemented, and emergency equipment is easily accessible. According to recent statistics: About 830 children under age 15 die each year from ...
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