One of the most common causes of drowning accidents is alcohol. Alcohol can cause you to have blurry vision, which makes it difficult or impossible to swim near rocks and other obstacles that are in direct sunlight due to its reflection on the water’s surface; this leads people who were drinking too much (or even slightly) to rely heavily upon sight as they try navigating their way through open space – when all we’re asking them was stay afloat until help arrives!
Drowning is an unfortunate and often preventable cause of accidental death. The Centers for Disease Control reports that the number one cause in children under age four years old, drowning, accounts for nearly 12% (or 1 in 8) child fatalities each year–a statistic which should give parents great concern as they watch their little ones play outside or go on vacation without making sure there are life jackets available at all times! Unsupervised young people who may not know how swimming works represent over 50%.
What Are The Different Types Of Drowning?
The most common type of drowning is accidental. Accidents can occur in many different places and situations, such as while swimming underwater or falling into a pool with water up to your chin but no walls around it.
Bends are a sporadic form where people have nearly drowned due to them being bent backward after struggling against solid currents near riverbanks leading over too far when about chest high on waves makes you more susceptible because then there’s less surface under seawater which holds us above sea level night time we need UV protection otherwise our cells won’t be able to work correctly our bodies produce this vitamin through exposure.
Drowning is one of the most common types of accidental death. Drownings can be due to accidents, but they happen while bathing or washing dishes by accident too!
Drownings fall under five general categories: hypoxia – lack of oxygen; hypercapnia – over-breathing in water which causes inhalation distress vocalization (WRITHING); river/creek channel crossing without protective gear – this usually occurs when people jump into shallow waters expecting there isn’t going to be any current around where we found them despite being able to see enough just below turtle level that prior seasons’ leaves mainly had fallen off making visibility terrible especially if nightfall has already occurred lake swimmer entrapment resulting from losing control.
Why Choose Us
The law firm of Drowning Accident Attorneys at Law has years of experience representing people who have suffered from drowning accidents. We know how difficult this time can be and want you to contact us if your child or loved one was involved with an unfortunate incident involving water during their lifetime. You will work closely together on providing evidence that could strengthen a civil case against those responsible for causing harm through negligence, so they are held accountable under Florida’s laws which provide more protection than others around the country do! Contact us now to know more.