Insurance for Swimming Pools

Don't let clients with swimming pools dive into claims and lawsuits with proper coverage to protect them from loss of income.

As much fun as they provide, pools are inherently dangerous. According to the CDC, drowning is the leading cause of unintentional death for children ages 1-4. Injuries may also occur from slipping on pool decks, diving from a board or into a shallow end, or from exposure to pool chemicals, such as chlorine. Ensure clients who manage pools are covered in case of an accident with insurance designed specifically for their needs.

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What type of insurance do swimming pool owners need?

Because of the myriad risks associated with a swimming pool, it is strongly recommended that pool owners invest in the following:

  • General liability - protects from a customer who may become injured at the pool. 
  • Professional liability - provides protection to employees who may attempt to help someone at the pool that resulted in further injury. 
  • Excess liability - extra insurance coverage to protect from the exorbitant costs these types of claims can incur.