We have solicitors who act for both injured hotel staff and guests. Being familiar with all the big hotel chains we secure the maximum amount of compensation.
Our no win no fee service covers all types of hotel accidents. You can also use our free service by phone or enquiry form to ask; can I claim compensation for my accident at a hotel? Why choose us?
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Compensation For Hotel Accidents & Injuries
Hotels owe a duty of care to their visitors, and may be sued for negligence if a guest or employee is injured on the premises through on fault of their own. All public establishments are bound by the Occupiers Liability Act 1957 to take all reasonable measures to prevent injuries among lawful visitors to their premises. Where they breach this duty, they may be liable to pay compensation to an injured party under the terms of the public liability insurance policy which they are legally obliged to hold.
Slips, Trips & Falls At Hotels
Guests may slip, trip and fall on a hotel’s premises, with common causes including:
All these dangers are usually the result of poor maintenance routines, and systems of cleaning, inspection and supervision. Hotel guests may be burned in the bathroom by faulty taps or exposed heating pipes. Electrical appliances provided in rooms can cause electric shocks and burns if they are defective, while a leaking radiator may emit dangerous levels of carbon monoxide.
Food Poisoning & Hygiene Issues At Hotels
Infections and illnesses can spread very quickly at hotels, where people are in close contact with one another. Kitchens and guest bedrooms must be kept in a sanitary state, and again, the efficiency of the hotel’s system of work is essential in minimising the risk of unsanitary conditions causing illness. In recent years a number of problems have been recorded at UK hotels related to sanitation and hygiene, including:
Provided your claim relates to an injury or illness at a hotel that has taken place in the last three years, Bartletts offer free legal advice and no win no fee solicitors for hotel compensation claims. Apart from financial compensation for pain and suffering, you can also claim for loss of earnings, the cost of medical treatment and medication, travel expenses and the cost of personal care you may require while recovering from an injury or illness.
The vast majority of the claims we take on are successful. Using a Solicitor is different to using a Claims Management Company because you are protected by the rules of the Solicitors Regulation Authority which govern firms of solicitors.
Bartletts have been protecting and supporting clients for 150 years and enjoy a reputation nationwide for trusted legal advice. We are specialists solicitors for hotel accident compensation claims having successfully represented both injured customers and employees. We promise you the best solicitors for claiming against a hotel or claiming against a guesthouse. Call us today on 0800 158 2454 for a free consultation regarding your case or to begin a claim. You can also contact us for free legal advice via our new Live Chat function.
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- Guest Slipped In Bath In Hotel Bathroom Injuring His Back
Mr Anthony was staying at a hotel in the Lake District where he was involved in an accident for which he was later able to claim personal injury compensation. Mr Anthony slipped in a bath at the hotel as he was getting in to take a shower.
- Guest Awarded Compensation For Slipping On Hotel Stairs
Ms Burton was staying at a hotel in the UK when she injured herself after slipping and falling down stone steps in the hotel that led down to the health spa facilities on the basement floor, damaging muscles in her neck, shoulder and back in the fall.
- Guest Sues Hotel After Slipping On Spilled Juice In Dining Area
Ms Bertrand was having breakfast in her hotel’s dining area, when she slipped and fell on some orange juice that had been spilled by another guest. Ms Bertrand sprained her ankle in the fall, as well as tearing ligaments in her knee.
- Family Sues Hotel For Food Poisoning
The Jones family were staying at a city centre hotel in London late last year, when they all fell victim of food poisoning after eating a buffet lunch in the hotel restaurant. It was an unusually warm day and the air conditioning was not functioning in the dining area.
- Compensation For Child Who Burnt Hands In Hotel Bathroom
Mr and Mrs Simpson were staying at a hotel in the Lake District, when one of their young children was injured while having a bath. He put his hands under the running hot water tap, and was immediately in absolute agony. He was taken to hospital with second degree burns.
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