How Can I Prove a Hotel or Resort Injury?

Miami Hotel Lawyer on Types of Evidence Needed in Hotel Premises Liability Lawsuits

When you are hurt due to the negligence of a hotel or resort, which can include negligent hotel security, slip and falls or other injuries caused by a dangerous premises, there are several ways you can obtain evidence to prove that your injuries are not your fault. Watch our hotel premises liability attorney Joe Kalbac discuss the most important forms of evidence in hospitality injury cases in this video. If you suffered serious personal injuries on the premises of a hotel or resort in Florida or nationwide, the experienced hotel premises liability attorneys at Colson Hicks Eidson may be able to help. We have a law office in the major tourist cities of Miami. Call (305) 476-7400 or fill out a case review form today for a free consultation about your potential premises liability claim.

Video Transcription:

The evidence available in a hotel or resort case, number one, is video. Many hotels, many resorts, as a matter of fact most of them these days, have video. It’s important, though, to know that if there is video, you need to get it within a very short timeframe, because they record over their video or they re-use tapes and thereby destroying critical, critical evidence in the case. Other evidence in the case might be photographs taken by the police, homicide investigator, taken by other guests, taken by management, taken by the hotel or resort’s insurance company, things of that nature. There might be things left on the scene that, of course, we want to document with photographs. If you need more information, call me, Joe Kalbac, or Colson Hicks Eidson at (305) 476-7400, or you can visit our website at Colson.com.