There are all kinds of reasons why you might stay in a hotel room. Suffice to say though you’d expect the accommodation to be pleasant and well maintained, not to mention safe to use. The owners of hotels all over the country generally do an excellent job of providing accommodation that will feel comfortable and pleasant for a night or two while you need it.
However there are rare cases where someone is injured in their hotel room, and it may be found that the hotel owner was at fault in some way. Injuries can range from minor inconveniences to major injuries that will take a considerable time to heal.
How might you be injured in a hotel room?
If you ask for a bathmat and you are not given one, and you slip over while taking a bath or shower, you may well have a good case to make for hotel room injury compensation. Similarly if you have a wall-mounted TV in your room and it falls off the wall and hits you, perhaps breaking your shoulder in the process, you would have a good claim to make here too.
Accident Advice Helpline has come across several cases where guests staying in hotels have been able to claim an amount of compensation for an injury caused through negligence. Every case is different but while injuries vary, the one constant is that proof of negligence on the part of a third party must be present. This helps support the claim the individual is aiming to make.
Could you claim hotel room injury compensation?
Why not find out today? If you were hurt while staying in a hotel in the last three years – whether it was a famous chain or a boutique hotel – give the team at Accident Advice Helpline a call. Our free enquiry line can be reached on 0800 689 0500. You can rest assured you have a chance to get the answers that could make the world of difference in a situation like this.
No one should be hurt while staying in a hotel room if they are using it properly and are being responsible. If an injury does occur, it could have consequences for that individual. See if you have a chance to make a claim today with our assistance by calling our enquiry line here now for some real answers.