Dangers in Resort Facilities
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A tort is a wrong that injures someone, whether from accidental causes based on negligence or intentional wrongdoing. The injured person has the legal right to sue responsible parties for damages in a civil court proceeding.
Resort torts are a type of premises liability case. Across the United States, the tourist industry is big business. Compensation for your injuries may be possible if you act quickly. If you or a loved one was injured while vacationing, contact us today for a free case evaluation.
Lawsuits Against Resorts & Recreational Facilities
The following are just some of the many resort-related services that exist and may be subject to premises liability law and resort tort actions:
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Businesses that cater to vacationers must do more than simply open their doors for business. Resorts must provide reasonably safe premises, protection from dangers, and adequate warnings about hazards.
The types of cases prone to resort tort claims include the following:
You often hear about preventable injuries, such as a child suffering from traumatic brain injury after a dangerous roller coaster ride or back injury caused by a personal slip and fall in a spa. You need skilled legal advice to know when business owners, manufacturers, or other parties can be held accountable.
Trust Greg Jones Law for the legal help you need
Greg Jones Law has extensive experience determining liability in resort torts. Our personal injury lawyers evaluate potential claims, discuss available options, and ascertain multiple sources of liability. We also devise the best approach to pursue a claim. We use investigators to examine accident scenes and expert witnesses to testify on your behalf. Thorough research and diligent casework goes into preparing every case. While some cases may settle favorably out of court, we always stand ready to go to trial.
Call 855-566-3752 or contact us online today to talk with our firm. We do not charge for initial consultations. If there is no recovery, you owe no legal fees.