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New Jersey Hotel Negligence Attorney

Seasoned Hotel Accident Lawyer Pursues Financial Recovery on Behalf of Injured Victims in Passaic County and Throughout NJ

When you stay at a hotel, you expect to have a safe, comfortable place to stay and sleep during your travel. Unfortunately, some hotel operators fail to properly maintain their facilities. This leaves guests and other visitors exposed to dangerous conditions of hotel premises, which can lead to accidents that cause serious, life-altering injuries. When you have been injured while staying at a hotel, you may be entitled to recover compensation from a hotel owner or operator whose careless or reckless management and maintenance led to the harm you have suffered. A New Jersey hotel negligence attorney can guide you through the process of securing the financial recovery you need and deserve.

At Camili & Capo PA, our attorneys have the expertise and resources necessary to help level the playing field so that you can take on the big hotel corporations and their insurers to demand financial compensation for your injuries and losses. We know that insurance companies will do whatever it takes to get you to accept less thair fair and full value for your claim. But with years of litigation experience, our legal team is prepared to aggressively pursue full recovery for you, whether at the negotiating table or in the courtroom. 

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If you were injured in a hotel or other lodging facility due to the negligence of its owners or operators, contact our firm today for a free initial case review to speak with a New Jersey hotel negligence attorney about the next steps for you to take in pursuing financial recovery for your injuries. 

Common Causes of Hotel Accidents

Some of the most frequent causes of hotel accidents that lead to guest injuries include:

How Can a New Jersey Hotel Negligence Attorney from Camili & Capo PA Help You Seek Compensation and Accountability after an Accident at a Hotel?

After you have been injured at a hotel, pursuing a claim for compensation against some of the largest corporations in the world can seem like a daunting task. You may not know where to start to begin preparing your hotel negligence claim. That’s where a New Jersey hotel negligence attorney from Camili & Capo PA comes in. Let us handle all the details of vigorously pursuing maximum compensation from the hotel companies for their negligence, while you stay focused on treating and rehabilitating your injuries.

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With our firm in your corner, you can expect our legal team to:

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Contact Us Today for a Free Initial Consultation to Learn More about What a New Jersey Hotel Negligence Attorney Can Do in Your Case

Don’t delay pursuing financial compensation for physical harm and loss that you have suffered because of a hotel operator’s negligence. Contact Camili & Capo PA for a free, no-obligation consultation to discuss your legal rights and options with a New Jersey hotel negligence attorney from our firm. 

Frequently Asked Questions about Hotel Negligence in New Jersey

What are the liabilities of hotels in personal injury claims?

A hotel may be liable to a guest or visitor who is injured on the hotel property due to a dangerous or defective condition of the hotel premises. Hotels generally have a legal duty to take reasonable steps to ensure that their premises are free of such hazardous conditions or to warn guests of the presence of such conditions. This can include cleaning up any slipping or tripping hazards, controlling any insect or mold infestation, ensuring that elevators and escalators are in good working order, and having sufficient security measures to prevent or quickly respond to criminal or violent activity.

How do I sue a hotel for injury?

Most personal injury claims are resolved through a negotiated settlement long before a lawsuit is filed in the claim or the case reaches trial. However, not all hotel negligence claims can be settled. If it becomes necessary to sue a hotel for injuries you suffered on their premises. A lawsuit begins by filing a complaint in court; the hotel and other parties sued will have an opportunity to respond to the complaint by filing an answer with the court. Also keep in mind that under New Jersey law, you typically have only two years from the date that you were injured in a hotel to file a lawsuit.

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