Orlando Hotel Accident Attorneys Fighting For Victims’ Compensation

If you have been injured at an Orlando-area hotel because of negligence by the staff or owners, speak now to an experienced Orlando hotel accident lawyer at Page & Eichenblatt. Reach us at (407) 386-1900, or use the contact form here on our website. For more than a quarter of a century, the personal injury attorneys at Page & Eichenblatt have advised and have aggressively represented the injured victims of negligence in the central Florida area. We represent clients in every walk of life – from judges, doctors, and lawyers to construction workers and families with severely injured children.

We are ready to fight for you. Attorneys Gregory A. Page and Steven S. Eichenblatt are highly rated, award-winning personal injury lawyers who have established a reputation for legal excellence and a record of success on behalf of their personal injury clients.

Your first consultation with a personal injury lawyer at Page & Eichenblatt is free, and there is no obligation. You pay no attorney’s fee until and unless we recover compensation on your behalf.

What Kinds of Injuries Happen at Orlando-area Hotels?

The Orlando area is one of the world’s top recreational destinations. Thousands arrive here every week. Most leave with pleasant memories, but if you are injured by negligence at a hotel in the Orlando area, you will need to contact an experienced Orlando hotel accident lawyer – at once.

Slip-and-fall accidents, for example, can lead to serious injuries – spinal cord and brain injuries, for instance – or even permanent disability. Slip-and-fall accidents are the leading cause of injuries at Orlando-area hotels, but personal injuries at these hotels have also been linked to:

  1. Dangerous conditions in parking areas
  2. Negligent security or insufficient lighting
  3. Food poisoning
  4. Hazardous elevators, balconies, and stairs

The injuries suffered by guests and visitors at Orlando-area hotels have causes ranging from poorly lit parking lots to assaults and robberies.

If You’re Injured at a Florida Hotel, What Steps Should You Take?

Curled-up carpets, slippery floors, and other hazards injure people frequently at Orlando-area hotels. If a hotel’s owners or staff knew about and did not repair a hazard, and if you are injured as a result, Florida law entitles you to compensation for your medical costs and related damages.

If you are injured at any Florida hotel, seek medical attention at once. The longer you wait, the more difficult it becomes to link a specific injury to a specific accident. Report the injury to the hotel, and then immediately arrange to meet with an experienced Orlando injury attorney.

This is important: Do not sign any document provided by the hotel or by the hotel’s insurance company before you’ve consulted with a personal injury attorney. Do not agree to anything or accept any settlement offer before you have obtained an injury attorney’s advice.

When Should You Accept a Settlement Offer?

You may be offered a quick settlement – for far less than your injury claim is worth. Do not accept it. Your lawyer can almost certainly negotiate a better deal for you. If you take a quick settlement offer, you will waive your right to any additional compensation or further legal action.

The lawyers for the Orlando-area hotels are prepared to go to court the moment someone is injured on a hotel’s premises. They are savvy attorneys who have considerable experience at avoiding and contesting personal injury claims.

The larger Orlando hotels have defended themselves against personal injury claims scores of times over the years, so you’re going to need help from an Orlando attorney who has extensive experience bringing personal injury claims against these hotels and their corporate owners.

You’ll need to be advised and represented by an experienced personal injury attorney at Page & Eichenblatt. Our attorneys have advocated aggressively for the injured victims of negligence in central Florida for more than a quarter of a century.

When Should You Contact Page & Eichenblatt?

If you are injured because a hotel’s owners or staff are negligent, you are entitled by Florida law to compensation for your medical expenses, lost wages, and related damages. And even though Florida’s statute of limitations gives you four years to take legal action, you must act promptly.

Taking swift action is imperative in personal injury cases because, over time, evidence can deteriorate. So can the memories of witnesses. Putting an experienced Orlando hotel accident lawyer on your case as quickly as possible is the best way to prevail with an injury claim.

Page & Eichenblatt will investigate your injury and the accident that caused it. We gather evidence and question witnesses to determine precisely what happened and exactly who’s responsible. If they’re needed, we’ll ask expert witnesses to help clarify the details.

How Are Most Injury Claims Against Florida Hotels Resolved?

Many of the injury claims filed against Florida hotels are settled in private, out-of-court negotiations involving the attorneys for both sides. When the evidence of a hotel’s negligence is conclusive, the hotels typically prefer to settle – and to avoid the potential bad publicity.

But if your injury claim is disputed by the hotel – and if no out-of-court settlement is available – the injury attorneys at Page & Eichenblatt are ready to protect your rights in court and to fight aggressively for every dollar of compensation that an injury victim needs and deserves.

What Will It Cost You to Seek Justice?

Your first meeting with an experienced Florida personal injury attorney at Page & Eichenblatt is free, and there is no obligation. You will learn where you stand legally and whether you qualify to file a personal injury claim. We will help you decide the best way to move forward.

We work on a “contingent fee” basis. If you file a personal injury (or “premises liability”) claim against an Orlando-area hotel, you’ll pay no lawyer’s fee to Page & Eichenblatt until and unless we prevail for you and win the compensation – and the justice – that you need and deserve.

Every client at Page & Eichenblatt works directly with an experienced personal injury lawyer and is offered every professional consideration and courtesy. If you have been injured at an Orlando-area hotel, call us now at (407) 386-1900, or use the contact form here on our website.

The offices of Page & Eichenblatt are located at 214 South Lucerne Circle East in Orlando. If you’ve been injured by negligence in central Florida, we are ready to fight on your behalf.