Drowning is a danger for any child when they enter the water unsupervised, but delayed drowning can strike long after leaving the water. This rare threat first entered the public consciousness after the tragic death of a 4-year-old boy in 2017, but how does it happen and what can parents do to prevent it? Learn what you need to know about this rare and life-threatening condition by clicking the image below.
Accidents that could have been prevented except due to someone else’s negligence can be devastating for families. If you or your loved one were injured through no fault of your own, contact the legal team at Parrish DeVaughn today for a free case review.