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Family Reunion Nightmare: Lesser Law Firm Secures Justice for Injured Hotel Guest 

When our client and his wife returned to Miami for a family reunion, he never anticipated that their stay at a local resort would turn into a painful nightmare. 
After entering the hotel room, our client did his usual walk-through to make sure everything was clean and in working order. 
As he opened the sliding glass door to the balcony, the entire metal shade detached from the wall and struck him in the head, causing him to fall on his back and sustain severe injuries. 
The unexpected accident left our client with severe injuries, causing both physical and emotional trauma. Recognizing the seriousness of the situation, he promptly reached out to Firm Attorney Imani Williams for support and guidance during this traumatic time. 
The Lawsuit and Outcome 
Despite the clear evidence of negligence, liability was initially denied. The insurance companies for two defendants in the case had the audacity to blame our client for causing this horrific incident. This unjust blame added to the distress and complexity of the situation.
Attorney Williams filed a lawsuit and navigated numerous hurdles along the way. Her diligence and expertise in premises liability cases were instrumental in overcoming the initial denials and securing a favorable outcome. 
Both defendants were compelled to pay significantly higher amounts than initially offered before the lawsuit was filed. This successful outcome not only provided our client with the compensation he deserved but also sent a strong message about the importance of maintaining safe premises. 
Seeking Justice for Negligence 
When you walk into a hotel room, you shouldn’t have to worry about heavy objects falling on you. Under Florida law, hotels and resorts have a duty to ensure that the premises are safe for guests. This includes regular maintenance and inspections to prevent accidents caused by dangerous conditions. 
When it comes to holding businesses responsible for injuries caused by dangerous conditions because of negligence, the team at Lesser, Lesser, Landy & Smith will vigorously pursue your premises liability case to make sure you get the justice you deserve. 
If you or a loved one have been hurt at a Florida hotel due to its negligent safety or security, it’s crucial to seek expert legal representation. Call 561-655-2028 today to speak with one of our experienced premises liability attorneys. 

Frequently Asked Questions 


What should I do if I’m injured at a hotel? 

Immediately seek medical attention for your injuries. Report the incident to hotel management and document everything, including taking photos of the accident scene and your injuries. Then, contact one of our experienced premises liability attorneys at 561-655-2028. 

How can a premises liability attorney help me? 

An attorney can guide you through the complicated legal process, gather necessary evidence, negotiate with insurance companies, and represent you in court to make sure you get the fair compensation you deserve for your injuries. 

What kind of compensation can I receive for my injuries? 

You may be entitled to compensation for medical expenses, lost wages, pain and suffering, and other damages related to the incident. The attorneys of Lesser, Lesser, Landy & Smith can help determine the appropriate amount based on your specific circumstances. 

How long do I have to file a claim in Florida? 

In Florida, the statute of limitations is two years from the date the accident occurred. Unless your case falls into one of the rare exceptions, if you do not file before this time limit expires, you will lose your right to claim any damages at all. 
Our client’s traumatic experience at a Miami resort underscores the importance of holding negligent businesses accountable for their actions. Thanks to the relentless efforts of Attorney Imani Williams, justice was served, and our client received the compensation he deserved. If you find yourself in a similar situation at a Florida hotel or resort, don’t hesitate to reach out to Lesser, Lesser, Landy & Smith for expert legal assistance. Call us today at 561-655-2028.

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