Lawyer for Injuries Sustained at a Hampton Inn in Philadelphia

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    If you were injured at a Hampton Inn located anywhere in Philadelphia or the Philadelphia region, you may be entitled to financial compensation depending on how your injuries happened. If hotel negligence caused your injuries, the Reiff Law Firm can fight to recover damages for your medical costs, lost income, pain and suffering, and other losses that you have sustained due to your accident. To set up a free legal consultation with our Hampton Inn hotel injury lawyers in Philadelphia, contact the Reiff Law Firm online, or call our law offices 24 hours at (215) 709-6940.

    Hampton Inn Philadelphia Locations

    Hampton by Hilton (still commonly known by its former name “Hampton Inn”) is one of various hotel brands operated by Hilton Worldwide. There are numerous Hampton Inn locations throughout the U.S., and Pennsylvania is no exception. Hampton Inn locations in Philadelphia and the surrounding region include:

    • Hampton Inn Philadelphia Center City-Convention Center
    • Hampton Inn Philadelphia-International Airport
    • Hampton Inn Philadelphia/King of Prussia (Valley Forge)
    • Hampton Inn Philadelphia/Mount Laurel
    • Hampton Inn Philadelphia/Plymouth Meeting

    Types of Hotel Injury Cases the Reiff Law Firm Handles

    Determining liability for a hotel injury can be a challenging process, particularly in cases involving third parties, such as elevator companies or maintenance workers. Consulting an attorney can help ensure that all liable parties are pursued for damages. If a person or business played a role in your accident, they should be held accountable. Our Hampton Inn injury attorneys will work tirelessly toward that goal. Our mission is to maximize your financial recovery while protecting your rights, giving you a level playing field against corporations and insurance companies. Types of hotel injury claims we handle include:

    • Hotel assaults and attacks due to negligent security
    • Hotel balcony accidents and falls from heights
    • Hotel elevator accident claims
    • Hotel fire injury claims
    • Hotel lobby accident claims
    • Hotel parking garage accident claims
    • Hotel parking lot accident claims
    • Hotel slip and fall accident claims
    • Hotel swimming pool accident claims
    • Hotel vending machine accident claims

    These types of accidents can cause bone fractures, brain injuries, spinal cord injuries, cuts and bruises, severe burns, and other types of injuries. No matter how you were injured at a hotel in Philadelphia, we can help you fight for the compensation you may be owed.

    Are Hotels Liable for Accidents and Injuries?

    Hotel companies, hotel employees, and third parties, such as electricians, can be held liable for guest and visitor injuries, but only under certain circumstances. Plaintiffs must prove that these circumstances existed by providing evidence, such as medical records or witness testimony. The following sections discuss what the plaintiff must prove in a personal injury lawsuit against a hotel, and what sort of compensation the plaintiff may be able to recover.

    What Do I Need to Prove?

    The plaintiff in a personal injury case has the “burden of proof,” or the responsibility for proving that the defendant was at fault for the accident. A hotel injury lawyer can provide invaluable assistance in this regard, gathering records and working with forensic specialists, engineers, doctors, or other experts to analyze the causes, long-term financial impacts, and medical effects of your injury.

    What is Negligence?

    If you are seeking compensation for an accident at the Hampton Inn or other hotel brands, you must prove that the hotel (and/or other parties, such as contractors and subcontractors) caused your injuries by acting in a “negligent” manner. A person or business may be negligent by failing to meet a certain standard or duty of care. Hotels like Hampton Inn are required to comply with numerous standards and regulations which might have been violated or ignored, leading to your accident. For example, negligent maintenance can lead to a leak or spill that causes a slip and fall accident in a hotel lobby, dining area, or meeting room.

    What Sort of Compensation Can I Get?

    If negligence leads to avoidable injuries, or causes the wrongful death of a hotel visitor, the negligent party or negligent parties may be responsible for resulting “damages,” or harm. There are “economic” damages, which attempt to compensate financial and out-of-pocket losses, and “non-economic” damages, which attempt to compensate harm of a physical or emotional nature, such as pain and suffering. Assorted damages may be available in a hotel injury lawsuit in Pennsylvania, including compensation for:

    • Medical expenses, such as surgeries, medications, physical rehabilitation, hospital admission, prosthetic limbs, and other medical bills or devices
    • Earnings and income that the victim has lost, or is expected to lose in the future, due to the injury or injuries
    • Pain and suffering caused by the injury or injuries
    • Damage to the victim’s personal property or belongings
    • Burial and funeral expenses, in cases involving fatal injuries

    Philadelphia Hotel Injury Lawyer for Claims Against Hampton Inn

    If you were injured at Hampton Inn in Philadelphia, the Pennsylvania hotel negligence attorneys of the Reiff Law Firm are here to help you explore your options. To set up a free legal consultation, call our law offices at (215) 709-6940, or contact the Reiff Law Firm online today.

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