Hot Tubs

A hot tub is a large tub or small pool full of heated water and used for hydrotherapy or pleasure. Some have jets for massage purposes. Hot tubs are sometimes also known as spas or by the trade name Jacuzzi.[citation needed]In contrast to a typical bathtub, a hot tub is designed to be used by more than one person at a time and is usually located outdoors. Also, the water is not changed with each use, but is kept sanitary using methods similar to those used for swimming pool sanitation.
Posts about Hot Tubs
  • Recovering After a Swimming Pool Accident

    … Heading to the pool is a popular way to beat the Florida heat and enjoy the day with your family. Unfortunately, whenever there is water, there is the opportunity for serious injury, including drowning accidents. Pool owners have a duty to keep the premises as safe as possible for visiting swimmers and, if a pool owner fails to do so, they may…

    Eric Block/ 32 readers -
  • Pool Safety for National Drowning Awareness Month

    … you keep it safely fenced and maintained. Pools and hot tubs can be enticing to young children, even if they don’t know how to swim, creating an obvious risk of accidental drowning. This month, be mindful of the follow safety tips: Make sure your pool is not easy to access without your permission or supervision. Consider a privacy fence, locks…

    Jared Staver/ Chicago Personal Injury Lawyer- 27 readers -
  • Can I Recover after a Pool Accident at an Indianapolis Apartment Complex?

    … users of risks using signs, depth markers, or warnings that a lifeguard will not be on duty. Proper covers on all drains in pools and hot tubs in accordance with the federal Virginia Graeme Baker Pool and Spa Safety Act. If a landlord or property owner acts negligently and fails to do any of the above and injuries or death occur, that owner…

    fountaininjurylaw- 19 readers -