Opting to stay at a bed and breakfast, or a B&B as they are more often known, can be a nice home away from home experience with a more personal touch than staying in a hotel which belongs to a chain. Yet we still expect the same standard of cleanliness and safety when we stay at B&B as that of a hotel. If you have been the unfortunate victim of an accident while staying at a B&B and you are not to blame then we would like to give you B&B injury compensation advice today.
Accidents resulting from poor maintenance or house keeping
Staying somewhere unfamiliar can lead to accidents as we are not accustomed with the layout and potential hazards that can be encountered. If your host tells you to mind the step, it is also helpful to have a clear warning sign or good lighting so that you don’t trip or fall later on. If you are staying in a B&B, the owner has a duty to keep you as safe as if you were staying in a five star hotel.
Poor or no lighting may lead to a stumble or fall down the stairs. If your accident could have been avoided with better maintenance then B&B injury compensation advice with one of our advisors could help you make a claim for compensation.
Perhaps you were injured after tripping on clutter or mess which would not have happened if the area was clear? Were you hurt after catching yourself on a poorly maintained step, walkway or on furniture? If you were injured following an accident which was not your fault you could be entitled to make a claim for compensation for any pain and hurt you have experienced.
Accident Advice Helpline knows what to do
Accident Advice Helpline are experts in injury compensation claims and if you have been hurt in the last three years after an accident which was not your fault we would like to hear from you and offer B&B injury compensation advice.
Our experts are waiting to hear from you and we will gladly speak to you for free with no obligation on 0800 689 0500. Our reputable, well-known services are advertised online and in the media and we are recommended by Dame Esther Rantzen. Our services are free and we operate on a no win, no fee* basis so call us today.
Date Published: August 2, 2016
Author: Allison Whitehead
Category: Accident in a hotel