What You Should Know About Hotel Accidents in New Jersey

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What You Should Know About Hotel Accidents in New Jersey

Hotel accidents can result in serious injury. That is why if you were hurt in one, you will need to retain the services of one of our skilled and dedicated Morris County hotel accident attorneys. Our legal team is on your side and will work tirelessly to obtain the compensation you deserve.

What are the common kinds of hotel accidents in New Jersey?

Hotels usually have a variety of amenities and services for guests to be accommodated during their stay. This can include certain luxuries such as a pool, restaurant, gym, and spa as well as basic services such as stairs, elevators, escalators, etc. If these are not taken care of, they can become dangerous. Some causes of hotel accidents can include:

  • Defective furniture
  • Food poisoning
  • Hot tub accidents
  • Inadequate security
  • Swimming pool accidents
  • Escalator accidents
  • Elevator accidents
  • Gym equipment accidents
  • Unsanitary conditions, such as bed bugs
  • Parking lot/garage accidents

If you were injured in a hotel accident, reach out to our firm today and speak with an experienced Morris County hotel accident attorney at Lutz Injury Law.

Can I pursue legal action after a hotel accident?

The state of New Jersey holds property owners liable for ensuring that their grounds are properly maintained and kept safe for those who enter them. This can be accomplished by hotel management and staff performing routine checks of the premises. By doing this, all hazards will go unnoticed and will be addressed to ensure that no guests are put at risk. In the event that these checks are not performed, staff and property owners may be held liable for negligence in the event that a guest is injured. This insinuates that injured guests can pursue legal action by filing a personal injury claim.

If you were injured in a hotel accident due to the negligence of another, you will have to show proof that this negligence happened. To accomplish this, you should take pictures and videos at the scene of the accident. You will also need to be sure to document the hazardous conditions that caused your accident to occur. Furthermore, you should ask anyone who witnessed the accident for their contact information. You should go to the hospital immediately after the accident, even if you do not feel you have been seriously injured. You will be able to obtain documentary proof of your injuries that can be key evidence in your personal injury claim.

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If you have been the victim of the negligence of another in an accident, please contact my office as quickly as possible following the subject accident. It is important to consult with us early on so that we may begin the process of fighting for your rights in regard to any potential claim that you may have. The process is complicated and requires the expertise of a qualified New Jersey personal injury attorney. CONTACT US TODAY!

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