If someone falls and hurts him or herself on a hotel's premises, does he or she have any recourse against the hotel?

A hotel might be liable if someone slips or trips and falls on hotel premises. For example, if someone slips on spilled food or drink in a hotel bar or restaurant, snow and ice that has not been cleared from a walkway, or on wet tile floors or other slick surfaces, the hotel might be liable if it knew or should have known about the danger and failed to warn visitors or clean it up. A hotel could also be liable if someone is injured because of a design or building flaw (such as steps that are too steep) or the hotel's failing to light an area properly.

We serve Premises Liability Victims in in Lake, Orange, Osceola and Seminole Counties.

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