This case involves a 12-year-old girl who visited a local beach. She walked out to the end of a jetty that was adjacent to a designated swimming area and dove head first into the water. The water was too shallow for diving and the girl hit her head. As a result of the impact, the girl became paraplegic. The young girl assumed the water was deep enough to dive because there were no signs anywhere indicating shallow water or prohibiting diving. An expert in aquatic safety was sought to review this case and opine on proper safety protocol and warnings that could have prevented this accident from occurring.