Hotel injuries can be the responsibility of the premises owner

When you stay in a Georgia hotel for vacation or business, you have the expectation that your visit will be enjoyable and safe. You will automatically assume that the room you are staying in, as well as the public areas of the hotel, will be free from hazards that present the risk of illness or injury.

Unfortunately, many people suffer injuries that occur when they stay at a hotel or holiday home. These injuries can be far-reaching in terms of the costs they incur. The injured person may have to pay expensive medical bills when they are getting treated, and they may lose wages as a result of needing to take time off work. If you have been injured in a Georgia hotel room or vacation property, you should investigate your options regarding claiming damages.

When is an injury the fault of the premises?

If you can show that the cause of your injury was due to premises negligence in one way or another, it is likely that you will be able to make a claim against the owner. For example, if you tripped and fell because of a torn carpet, and you injured your back, it is likely that you will be able to hold the property owner liable. This is because they had the duty to fix the carpet in order to ensure the safety of their guests.

What types of damages can I claim?

There are two main types of damages that you can claim. The first refers to financial damages that you experienced as a result of your injury. This will mean that you should be able to gain compensation for any medical bills that you had to pay, and the compensation of any other financial damages that occurred due to the incident. Additionally, you may be able to gain damages for the emotional suffering and the physical pain that you endured.

It is important to consider the ways in which you believe that the hotel was responsible for your injury before taking action. By doing so, you will be able to prudently evaluate whether you have a chance of a successful claim.

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