Holding a Hotel Responsible for Personal Injuries

When you are paying to stay in a hotel on vacation or on a business trip, you should be able to expect to have an enjoyable experience. Hotels have a duty to keep the premises reasonably safe and hazard-free so that guests do not suffer unnecessary injury. While most hotel stays go without incident, there are numerous cases of accidental injuries suffered by hotel guests each year in the United States. If a guest or visitor suffers injury due to negligence on the part of the hotel, the injured victim deserves to recover for any injury-related losses they incurred. If you have been the victim of a hotel accident, call an experienced Coweta County personal injury lawyer to discuss how you can receive proper compensation.

Common Hotel Accidents

Hotels provide numerous amenities for guests, such as hot tubs, pools, bars, restaurants, spas, fitness centers, parking garages, and more. Unfortunately, the existence of many of these amenities also increases the risk of accidents and injuries, including the following:

  • Slip and fall accidents in rooms or common areas

  • Drowning or near-drowning in pools or hot tubs

  • Negligent hiring

  • Insufficient cleaning of rooms

  • Food poisoning

  • Inadequate security to protect from assaults

  • Defective fitness equipment

  • Defective furniture in rooms

  • Elevator accidents

Contact a Coweta County Personal Injury Attorney for a Free Consultation

If you suffered an injury at a hotel due to any party’s negligence, you deserve to hold that party responsible for all of your injury-related losses. Hotels may often be large, national corporations with stingy insurance companies and legal teams working to avoid liability, so bringing a legal claim may be intimidating. Additionally, the injury may have occurred while you were on vacation away from your hometown, which may make discourage you from seeking recovery. At Shane Smith Law, we can evaluate your case and help you recover from your hotel injury as easy as possible, even in the most complicated of circumstances. Call one of our experienced personal injury lawyers today at (980) 246-2656 for assistance.

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