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Experienced Unsafe Motels And Hotels Attorneys

Have you or a loved one been the victim of a crime at a motel or hotel? With the help of an experienced lawyer, you may be able to file a personal injury claim to seek compensation for medical bills, pain and suffering, and other costs. At Law Office of Carlos L. Corless, we bring more than 35 years of combined experience to cases involving improper security and negligent motel and hotel owners. We can help you.

Our Atlanta personal injury lawyers help clients who have been hurt because of unsafe motels and hotels in Georgia and the Southeast United States. We have obtained more than $20 million in settlements and verdicts for personal injury and workers’ compensation clients. You can schedule your free consultation with our bilingual attorneys by calling 404-946-0188.

We handle cases involving harm suffered by victims of:

Was There A History Of Crime At The Motel Or Hotel?

We frequently find that the incident was not the first to occur on the property. If the motel or hotel has experienced criminal activity like rape and sexual assault before, the property owner should have taken measures to prevent further crimes. Property owners should have hired or increased security personnel. The owners should have installed stronger locks on doors and windows. Additionally, the owners should have better lit the parking lots. Finally, the owners should have used video surveillance. When this does not happen, the property owner can be held responsible.

Who Was To Blame?

Motel and hotel negligent security claims can become very complex. We may file suit against multiple parties, including the property owner and also a security firm.

If these cases go to court, there is an additional layer of complexity because of a law requiring the jury to divide fault amongst everyone involved, including the person who committed the crime. We must take great care to convince the jury that the property owner and other parties were at least partially at fault to obtain compensation for the victim. We know how to build cases that get justice for those hurt by criminals and negligent property owners.

Learn More In A Free Consultation

We offer free consultations to our injured clients to answer their questions and give them an idea of what to expect. Please contact our Atlanta office by calling 404-946-0188 or sending us a message. Se Habla Español.