I slipped and fell at a hotel in Philadelphia. Do I have a case?


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A: The answer depends on the facts and circumstances of the case. However, in many situations of a hotel slip and fall or trip and fall, the hotel may be liable if there is evidence of negligence. Such negligence can include failure to conduct maintenance or failure to conduct inspections for defects.

The key is sufficient evidence of the hotel’s negligence. For example, having the incident report which details the nature of the defect or having pictures of the defect will be important.

It is important to note that other parties could be held liable in addition to the hotel. For instance, a maintenance company could be held liable. It is best to speak to a knowledgeable slip and fall lawyer as soon as possible to discuss the case and protect your rights.

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For more information, contact our Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and New Jersey hotel accident lawyers. Call Click To Call. Our lawyers are available for a free, no obligation legal consultation, and can obtain special admission in other states, such as New York or Delaware, on a case by case basis.

Our attorneys represent hotel slip and fall victims in the following areas: Allegheny County, PA; Berks County, PA; Bucks County, PA; Chester County, PA; Delaware County, PA; Lehigh County, PA; Montgomery County, PA; Northampton County, PA: Philadelphia County, PA; Atlantic County, NJ; Burlington County, NJ; Camden County, NJ; Cumberland County, NJ; Gloucester County, NJ; Salem County, NJ; New Castle County, DE; Kent County, DE; Atlantic City, NJ; Philadelphia, PA; Pittsburgh, PA; Newark, NJ; Doylestown, PA; Media, PA; West Chester, PA; Norristown, PA; Camden, NJ; Wilmington, DE; Newark, DE; Georgetown, DE; and New Castle, DE. Our lawyers can obtain special admission in other states on a case by case basis.

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Published: July 18, 2012