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Woman files premises liability lawsuit against hotel operator

A woman in another state recently claimed that a hotel's carelessness caused her to suffer physical injuries. She has therefore filed a premises liability lawsuit against the hotel operator, seeking a judgment for monetary damages. Any individual in California who likewise suffers harm due to a business owner's negligence has the right to take legal action in the pursuit of justice.

The woman claimed that she went to the hotel back in January. While there, she reportedly slipped and fell on ice. Reportedly, the fall caused her to strike her head against an icy pavement.

According to the lawsuit, the fall caused her to suffer injuries and accrue medical expenses. She also reportedly lost income as a result of missing work. The woman claimed that her fall stemmed from the hotel operator's breach of its duty to keep guests safe from hazardous conditions at the hotel. The woman asserted that the hotel operator allowed ice to accumulate on the pavement and did not warn guests about this hazard or try to eliminate it. As part of her lawsuit, the woman is seeking a jury trial as well as general and compensatory damages.

Sometimes business owners fail to keep their properties in safe conditions for their guests, thus causing their guests to suffer serious injuries. Fortunately, those who are hurt in California as a result of business owners' negligence have the right to seek compensation by pursuing premises liability lawsuits. An understanding of what facts must be proved will likely be critical in order to prevail in this type of civil court claim.

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