A Hotel Accident May Be Cause For An Injury Claim
A property’s management team is required to do everything reasonably possible to protect guests from foreseeable harm. Whether an unsafe condition was preventable often becomes a focus of dispute when injuries occur at hotels.
Hotels Have A High Duty Of Care
We investigate cases carefully and know how to uncover evidence that reveals a property management team knew of, or should have known about, an existing unsafe condition and failed to address it.
Common hotel injuries include:
- Slip-and-fall or trip-and-fall accidents
- Swimming pool accidents
- Falls in bathtubs and showers
- Food poisoning
- Dangerous steps or balconies
- Dangerous walkways, sidewalks, parking lots, or lobbies
- Falls due to torn or worn out carpeting
- Insufficient security or lighting
Hotels attempt to provide the comforts of home to individuals who are traveling for business, vacation or any other reason. Maintaining a safe environment for guests is a primary responsibility of the hotel’s management. Unfortunately, they sometimes fall short. When injuries occur as a result, it is a smart idea to contact experienced personal injury lawyers who will help determine if you have a valid injury claim.
In the greater Cleveland area, Klein & Carney Co., L.P.A., advocates for injured parties in personal injury lawsuits, including claims involving negligence on the part of a hotel management company.
We represent claims against hotels such as:
- Hilton Worldwide Hotels
- Hyatt Hotels Corporation
- Starwood Hotels & Resorts
- Marriott Group Hotels
- InterContinental Hotels Group (IHG)
- Wyndham Hotel Group
- Choice Hotels
- Carlson Rezidor Hotel Group
- Best Western Hotels & Resorts
- Preferred Hotels & Resorts
- Four Seasons Hotels & Resorts
- MGM Resorts International
- Sandals Resorts
Our clients work directly with one of our experienced personal injury attorneys from the initial consultation through the resolution of the case.
We Work On Your Case While You Return Home
People who are injured while traveling typically must return home before legal proceedings are completed. If you live out of state or somewhere else in Ohio, we will handle your case and keep you informed on its status after you have returned home. In many instances, we resolve personal injury lawsuits without the need for our out-of-state clients to return to Cleveland.