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My daughter was visiting a friend and was swimming at their neighborhood pool. The HOA contracted a management group, which in turn contracted a maintenance company to maintain the pool. The cover to the vacuum system was left off and the vacuum was left on. My daughter got pulled into the vacuum pipe. Her hand swelled up inside the pipe and it took firefighters over 3 hours to break the concrete and get her out. I was terrified she was going to lose her hand as she had lost her pulse in her thumb by the time they got her out. She was admitted to the hospital for 3 days to determine if she needed to have surgery. It doesn't look like she will have permanent injury. I'm looking to interview some lawyers, but I wanted to get an idea what sort of case there is for this negligence?
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