Slip and Fall at Sheraton? Our Lawyers Can Help
Sheraton Hotels and Resorts is an international hotel chain that is owned by Marriott International. With over 400 locations worldwide, and 145,000 employees, hotel staff may frequently neglect to notice spills made by other staff or guests. Or they may fail to warn of dangerous conditions that could cause hotel guests to slip, trip and fall. Sheraton employees have a duty to make certain that hotel guests are kept safe while they are staying at the hotel. If you were injured at Sheraton, call the personal injury attorneys at MyPhillyLawyer at (215) 789-9346.
What Kind of Injuries Have Sheraton Guests Suffered?
The majority of slip and fall accidents at Sheraton have not resulted in serious or life-threatening injuries. However, there are times when guests fall and, as a result, become injured. For instance, guests may slip, trip and fall due to lack of a warning of a dangerous condition, such as a wet or slippery floor that was recently cleaned by hotel staff. Or guests may fall due to the failure of hotel staff to remedy a hazardous condition in a room caused by the presence of spilled drinks left in the room by previous guests.
If you suffered a serious injury while staying at Sheraton due to the negligence of its employees, you may have a valid case of negligence against the hotel. You may be able to obtain damages for your injury.
Among the usual kinds of injuries that people sustain in slip and fall accidents are:
- Leg injury
- Back injury
- Shoulder injury
- Cuts and abrasions
If you have suffered these or other slip and fall injuries at Sheraton, you may be able to secure compensation. This compensation is comparable to that of other personal injury lawsuits, and could include:
- Medical bills
- Lost wages
- Loss of enjoyment of life
- Costs of rehabilitation
What to do After a Slip and Fall Accident at Sheraton
1. See a medical professional immediately.
2. Do not sign any forms from Sheraton management or anyone acting on their behalf, including their lawyers and insurance company representatives, until you have consulted legal counsel.
3. Do not initiate a claim against them by yourself. Call MyPhillyLawyer, and have a skilled personal injury attorney represent you.