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    Post Parents sue pool firm in drowning of their son - Greenwich Time

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    Parents sue pool firm in drowning of their son
    Greenwich Time, CT - Jan 29, 2008
    Any proceeds would go to the ZAC Foundation for Child Safety, a foundation Zachary's parents set up to monitor pool safety and other issues. ...


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    Default Re: Parents sue pool firm in drowning of their son - Greenwich Time

    For the 35.00 cost of an anti-vortex drain cover this child could be alive.

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    Default Re: Parents sue pool firm in drowning of their son - Greenwich Time

    The article says the parents are seeking 15,000 dollars? That has to be wrong.


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    Default Re: Parents sue pool firm in drowning of their son - Greenwich Time

    Recommended covers to be installed should be Anti-Entrapment.

    http://www.usa.safekids.org/water/do...onConsumer.pdf


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    Default Re: Parents sue pool firm in drowning of their son - Greenwich Time

    Quote Originally Posted by Chad Fabry View Post
    The article says the parents are seeking 15,000 dollars? That has to be wrong.
    Chad,

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    "The Cohns are seeking more than $15,000 in damages".

    Small claims is likely 'up to $15,000', thus, stating "more than $15,000 puts into a different court, and, in reality, these are frequently for "unspecified damages", which does the same thing.

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    Default Re: Parents sue pool firm in drowning of their son - Greenwich Time

    Here's one from today as a reference.

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    Default Re: Parents sue pool firm in drowning of their son - Greenwich Time

    Quote Originally Posted by Rick Hurst View Post
    For the 35.00 cost of an anti-vortex drain cover this child could be alive.

    Or. they could do what I do when children are in my pool. shut the pump off.

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