- Sep 25, 2015
Good morning. In the community where I live we have a swimming pool in which the floor is very slippery, causing constantly falls and slips. We have complained to the Manager on several occasions, but the situation persists. In fact, my son fell down yesterday, and the doctors had to give 3 points of suture on the head. I told the Manager and he told me that they have requested quotations to improve the soil, but that, du eto the cost it has not been ordered. My question is: would I sue the community to make something already?
Administrator: Juan López
Good morning. Effectively you are within their rights to sue the community of owners and their insurance in courts, in order to seek compensation for your child as well as to compel to become to produce similar situations, but that is already up to you. The administrator can do little. If he already requested a quote to resolve the situation and took it to the Board, but this was not approved, he has done everything that is in his hand. The decision is up to the community, and may agree to do nothing.