Accidents and Injuries at Embassy Suites by HiltonA hotel accident can be frustrating to deal with and it can lead to serious injuries. It is possible that the hotel staff were simply unaware of the issue and did not fix it on time, but regardless of the awareness, you should be careful and you should receive compensation if you were hurt. Some of the types of accidents include:
- Swimming pool accidents
- Gym accidents
- Broken or collapsed chairs
- Damaged furniture
- Slippery floors
- Broken or slippery showers
- Spa accidents
- Parking lot incidents
Learn more about your legal options by chatting with a representative now.These incidents are usually the result of the hotel not being attentive or safe enough. There is also the chance that incidents will arise due to other guests or other individuals. Sexual assaults and physical violence are not uncommon, an they may be carried out by anyone. It is important that the hotel provide a safe environment for its patrons and have ample security and cameras to monitor the hotel, as well as checkpoints to determine who should be inside and who should not be.
- Broken bones
- Knee damage
- Hip injuries
- Traumatic brain injuries
- Internal organ damage
- Facial injuries
- Bed bug bites
- Nerve damage
- Torn muscles
Procedure after a Hotel AccidentAfter an accident at a hotel, you should make sure that you follow these steps to avoid being further hurt and to build a solid foundation for a lawsuit. It is not uncommon for individuals to panic or overreact after an accident. The key is to stay calm and not do anything that could compromise your future, whether it’s your health or your potential for compensation. So long as you follow these steps, you will be in good shape for a claim. Firstly, go to the doctor, call the paramedics, or go to the emergency room. It is important that you do not put off going for treatment; if you wait too long, you will cause the insurance agency to cast doubt on your claim. Further, you may worsen injuries that occurred at the scene of the accident. It is better for your claim and your health if you go to the doctor as soon as you can after the incident. When you’re at the doctor, you should keep records of your treatment. This can include bills from the hospital, receipts, X-rays, notes, bracelets, and more. contact an attorney who can handle your case for you. You may not have the ability, knowledge, time, or energy to deal with a hotel lawsuit by yourself, and deferring to a lawyer is the wisest option. You can rest while we take care of your business.
Statute of Limitations on Hotel LawsuitsIn California, you have a 2-year statute of limitations during which you can file your personal injury claim against the Hilton. This time limit is in place to ensure that all parties are able to appropriately defend themselves and collect evidence, and to ensure that the claims do not take too long and stagnate. If you do not file your claim within the appropriate statute of limitations, you will not be able to receive any compensation for your expenses. There are a few ways that the statute of limitations can be extended. If you were underage at the time of the incident, the statute would begin when you turn 18 years old. If you were left mentally or physically unwell or compromised after the incident, the statute would start when you return to functioning health or presence of mind. If the defendant responsible for causing the accident left the state, then the deadline would not count down until he returns to the state.
Learn more about your options for compensation by calling (213) 389-3765.You may not know if you are eligible for any exceptions or even when the deadline is for your claim. Our lawyers can file your claim for you and see to it that you don’t mis a single important date.
Restitution from an Accident at Embassy Suites by HiltonAn accident at a hotel can result in payment for your injuries if you can show that the business was negligent in some manner. The hotel may not have employed competent staff to check on the status of any of the facilities or structures within the hotel, which could have led to injuries. You should be given the correct compensation for your losses, which may consist of the following:
- Medical bills from the past and future for different services, such as hospitalization, ambulatory transportation, surgery, physical rehabilitation, medication and prescription drugs, and more
- Property damage for anything you owned that was broken or lost in the incident
- Missing income from the time you spent away from your job, as well as future wages you could not earn because of injuries, recovery time, or medical procedures
- Pain and suffering payment for PTSD, anxiety, fear, emotional trauma, mental stress, psychological trouble, and more