You may be able sue a Los Angeles Hotel for damages if you slip and fall and suffer an injury. The specifics of your accident will determine whether you are eligible to receive compensation and the amount.

Slipping on slippery floors, freshly mopped surfaces, or uneven tiles can lead to slip-and-fall accidents. These accidents can cause serious injuries that result in high medical costs and rehabilitation.

You may be entitled to compensation if you were injured in a hotel after slipping and falling.

Let’s say you slip and hurt yourself in a hotel. You can sue the hotel in some cases. However, it depends on a number of factors. Imagine that the hotel staff did not take proper safety precautions or was negligent.

You may have the right to sue for damages in a lawsuit. You must still understand that suing hotels in California can be a difficult process.

Success

The success of a lawsuit against a hotel for causing an accident is dependent on the circumstances surrounding the accident, the severity and extent of your injury. If you have sought medical attention, the amount responsible for the damages, and the ability to return to work following the accident, are all factors that will determine whether or not the suit will be successful.

You cannot win a fixed amount of money in a slip and fall case. The amount of damages that can be recovered varies from case to case. It is still possible to receive compensation for medical expenses, hospital transportation costs, X-rays and pain medications, as well as other needs.

Also, you may be able to recover damages for pain and suffering and loss of wages due to an inability to work. Our personal injury law firm can calculate and identify the value of all your damages.

Slip and Fall

What is a Duty of Care and Who Is Responsible?

Owners of property who make their property available to the public owe a duty to care to their visitors. The property owner must ensure that their property is well maintained and any potential hazards have been repaired or marked.

Most likely, the hotel will be named as the defendant. Depending on the circumstances of your case, other parties could also be responsible for the accident.

  • Another hotel guest
  • Hotel Employee
  • Interior decorators;
  • Product Manufacturer
  • Construction Company; or
  • Safety workers and custodians.

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