When A Hotel Should Take Responsibility
Serious injuries can occur anywhere you go, whether you are relaxing poolside at a five-star hotel or just need a night at a highway stop-off; accidents happen. But when your injuries are the result of the hotel’s negligence, you may have a strong premises liability case on your hands.
If you or a loved one suffered a serious injury while staying at a hotel, you may be entitled to compensation. At Isenberg & Hewitt, PC, we have helped numerous individuals in Georgia navigate liability claims. Let us help you, too.
Helping You Prove Negligence
Like other cases involving unsafe premises, you must be able to prove that negligence occurred. For example, if your child slipped and fell in the pool area and there were no warning signs, this is negligence. If a warning was clearly visible, however, then you are responsible for your child’s injury.
A hotel may be liable for your injury if:
- Inadequate security led to your assault.
- Insufficient safety measures such as dead smoke alarms caused you harm.
- Broken locks resulted in a robbery or theft of your possessions.
When you and your loved ones go on vacation, you do not expect to end up in the ER due to your hotel’s negligence. But should this happen, seek legal counsel at once.
Make A Claim With Our Lawyers Today
You shouldn’t have to suffer injuries or worse because a hotel and its staff did not take the proper steps to ensure your safety during your stay. Discuss your case with us to see how you should proceed with your claim today.
To determine whether a hotel is liable for your injury, it is best to work with an experienced attorney. Call 770-901-2666 to schedule a meeting with us at our Sandy Springs office or send us your inquiries online.