What type of coverage do you need?

  • Never allow a child to be alone in the water – drowning is the leading cause of death for children between the ages of one and four.
  • Keep pools covered -  Pool covers can protect young children from accidentally entering into the water without adult supervision.
  • Keep toys away from the pool when the pool is not in use. children wont be tempted to try to get the toys from the pool
  • Have the appropriate equipment  - Fences that limit access to the pool – have the pool been inspected –make sure spa and pool pumps are working – make sure there are life rings and reaching poles and life vests close by the pool
  • Make sure you always have adult supervision or a life guard
  • Learn to preform CPR on children and adults
  • Don’t dive in shallow water and never run on pool decks or by the pool
  • Call your insurance agent or company representative owning a pool will increase your liability risk.

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