Insurance for Vacation Rental – Who Can I Sue?
Many people are excited to get away from the daily work grind by going away on vacation. It is normal to rent a vacation rental if you are staying in a place that you have never been to before. This can prevent high costs associated with being at a hotel, and will provide a more friendly experience living and staying in a rental property in a vacation venue.
Usually there is travel insurance that is purchased ahead of time, on these types of vacation rentals. The travel insurance is in place to pay for coverage for the loss of prepaid, non-refundable expenses that can happen while you are on vacation at a vacation rental. If you have an accident and have to leave the vacation rental early, often the travel insurance will include valuable coverage for these types of events to cover:
- Medical emergencies
- Dental emergencies
- Loss of baggage
- Emergency assistance
- Transportation emergencies
- Identity theft
- 24/7/365 emergency assistance
If you have experienced an emergency and do need to be reimbursed for the expenses related to an injury, you can bring an action against the insurance company if they refuse to pay. Your insurance is there to reimburse you in the event of an emergency or accident. It is the main purpose of insurance to reimburse you if the unthinkable does occur. When the unthinkable or accident does happen at a vacation rental, and it results in a personal injury, you need to be able to rely on the insurance you purchased to defray those costs. If your insurance does not pay you, then why did you get it in the first place?
We understand that you need to be reimbursed for your medical bills for a personal injury that you sustained while on a vacation in a vacation rental. You can give us a call at the DTLA Law Group, and we will help you with the next steps to bringing an action to get reimbursed for your medical bills.
Do I Have a Claim Against the Owner – Trip and Fall – Slip and Fall?
Yes, you may have a claim against an owner of a vacation rental for a trip and fall, or a slip and fall. If you are on the premises and you have a hazardous situation that was a main factor in contributing to your slip, trip and fall, you can initiate a lawsuit against an owner. If there were physical conditions to promote a slip and fall or tripping, you may have experienced:
- Uneven walking surfaces
- Chipped paint on the ground or chipped concrete
- Dips and divots on the ground making holes
- Missing railing handles on stairs
- Chipped stair floorboards
- Uneven areas to walk on
- Water and drainage problems outside
- Water from downspouts making puddles outside
- Moss or slime on ground outside
- Leaves or debris on walkways outside
- Carpet snags inside
- Mats and floor rugs bunched up near doorways
There are many other areas that are hazardous and can cause slipping, tripping and falling in a vacation rental. If you have experienced any of these issues at a vacation rental, that resulted in personal injuries to you, you need to stop what you are doing right now and give us a call. We are here to help you in the event that you are injured at a vacation rental.
Can I Sue the Owner for Falling Objects?
Yes, you can sue an owner for falling objects at a vacation rental. When there are loose roofing tiles, debris on the roof, or water damage that has created a collapsed ceiling at a vacation rental, you can be personally injured in coming into contact with these features.
Will the Owner Be Sued for Dog Bites?
Yes, if you are injured from a dog bite at a vacation rental, the owner of the dog will be responsible for any dog bites. If this has happened to you, you need to call our law office. You will be connected with a lawyer who will work with you and talk to you about your case of a dog bite and personal injuries received at a vacation rental. We are here for you, and our legal team of attorneys will be here to answer all of your questions regarding receiving dog bites at a vacation rental.
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We are here to give you a zero-fee guarantee on your case. That is important to have, and if you do not want to not miss out, you can get it when you call us right now. Just put in a call to our legal team at the DTLA Law Group, and you will be able to talk to lawyers who can help with your claim. If you are injured at a vacation rental, then you need to be with out experienced attorneys in Los Angeles. We can help you, and are ready to win with the actual experience you need for being successful with this type of case for personal injuries at a vacation rental.
Can I Sue for a Vacation Rental Accident with Personal Injuries?
Yes, we can sue when you are injured at a vacation rental and have an accident on the premises that results in personal injuries. You may be injured where you have experienced:
- Broken bones
- Broken back
- Broken legs or arms
- Hip fracture
- Contusions and bruises
- Internal organs injured from a fall
- Broken teeth or jaw from a fall
- Scrapes and cuts
- Traumatic head injury from a fall from a height
If you have been injured at a vacation rental, you need to call us right now. We are here for you, and we will do what it takes to get you the compensation that you expect from this type of claim. That means that we will get the full settlement package that you require to pay your medical bills. Just call our case attorneys in Los Angeles today.
Free Second Opinion
There is no reason for you to wait, you can call us today for a free second opinion. We know that it can happen that you feel that there are errors being made by your other attorney, in this type of case. If you are in that situation, just call us today for a free second opinion right now.
Call for a Free Consultation
You don’t have to go it alone, if you are injured at a vacation rental. Your personal injuries are important to us, just call us to discuss it with a free consultation. Remember, we are here to serve you, so call us at the DTLA Law Group today!