Hotel Accidents

Hotel Accidents

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Are You The Victim Of A Hotel Accident?

Although hotels are meant to be your home away from home, they can sometimes include hazardous elements that endanger your family’s health. Hotel accidents and injuries are always scary, particularly since most individuals don’t expect to get hurt while on vacation.

If you’re involved in a hotel accident, the hotel may be held accountable to you for any injuries you may have suffered due to their carelessness in permitting visitors to stay on the premises in unsafe conditions. It is unacceptable to stay at a hotel and sustain injuries due to the carelessness of the hotel owner.

As a result, it’s important to understand your rights when staying at a hotel. It is the responsibility of every hotel to make sure that all visitors, regardless of age, can safely enjoy the facility. No child-attracting danger of any kind is allowed, and an active, hazardous workplace is not allowed without signage. Young children are more likely than others to sustain injuries from hotels because they are unable to recognize danger in the same way.

An unanticipated accident can lead to significant medical expenses, lost income, missed work, difficulty doing household chores, and other losses that are more challenging to put a monetary value on. Making a premises liability claim, which is a civil action that enables someone hurt on someone else’s property to seek financial compensation for the injury done, maybe the first step toward getting reimbursed for these losses.

But there are a few important details to work out when it comes to hotel accidents and liability. For instance, the person who is liable for having caused the injury must be the property’s owner or someone otherwise in control of the property for you to have a premises liability claim. It is also necessary to demonstrate that you were owed a duty of care.

Being an “invitee” gives you a higher duty of care when it comes to premises liability; if you were on the property for the benefit of both parties – as a hotel guest, for example – you were deemed invited and were therefore entitled to a higher duty of care.

Also, you have to demonstrate that the circumstances were unreasonable and unsafe, which means that although the risk was known and preventable, the person in charge disregarded their obligation to avert it. It is in your best interest to take steps to ensure that evidence is maintained because many hotel operations are complex and can make it difficult to pinpoint the failure or failures that resulted in your harm.

This is why it’s so important to choose lawyers who are experienced in dealing with hotel accidents like the ones at Phillips Law Group. At our firm, our team has the expertise in premises liability you need to secure justice. Our team of compassionate yet assertive attorneys is here to provide you with the information and guidance you need to be successful in your claim.

Call us now for a free consultation at 602-222-2222.

+ How Long Do I Have To File A Hotel Accident Claim?

This time frame differs from state to state, but the countdown begins on the date of the accident. Keep in mind that there are exceptions that may increase or decrease your state’s time frame.

That’s why you need to contact Phillips Law Group immediately so our team of experienced attorneys and investigators can begin working on your hotel accident case.

+ How Much Does a Hotel Accidents Lawyer Cost?

At Phillips Law Group, we handle cases on a contingency basis. We do not require money upfront, and you owe us nothing unless we pursue and win your hotel accident lawsuit.

There is no risk in giving our team a call to talk about your legal options, and your information will remain confidential. You are under no obligation to retain our services after meeting with our firm, but we believe we can prove we are the right team to have on your side if you decide to pursue your hotel accident claim.

To discuss all of your legal options, please contact us today to see how Phillips Law Group can assist you. Our lawyers will fight to get you the justice you deserve.

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    Types Of Hotel Accidents

    There are several situations where careless hotel activity frequently results in injury to visitors. Hotels that provide additional services and amenities to their visitors incur even greater liability because they have a greater responsibility to maintain and look after these extra services.

    The most frequent ailments that result in injuries on hotel property are:

    • Food poisoning
    • Sanitation issues
    • Poor lighting on stairways
    • Failure to provide adequate security
    • Slippery ground around pools and hot tubs
    • Chemical or temperature imbalances in pools and hot tubs
    • Poor elevator and escalator maintenance
    • Poorly maintained outdoor spaces
    • Defective hazard detection systems (e.g., faulty fire alarms)
    • Asbestos

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    Steps To Take After A Hotel Accident

    It is very important that you take immediate action following hotel accidents. Follow these steps:

    • First, get medical attention.
    • Second, report the accident to the hotel management.
    • Third, take as many photos of the accident location and surrounding areas as possible.
    • Fourth, take pictures of your injuries.
    • Fifth, record the eyewitness’s information, and get names and phone numbers.
    • Finally, contact Phillips Law Group at 602-222-2222.

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