Articles Posted in Hotels, Resorts & Motels

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By David Wolf, Attorney

Published by Child Injury Lawyer Blog

Fireworks Personal InjuriesThere are certain times of the year in which the sales and ultimate ignition / explosion of fireworks are prevalent – July 4th (Independence Day), New Year’s Eve, and New Year’s Day.  It is at these very times of year that there are reports of both minor and serious personal injuries suffered by innocent children and adults merely in the area of the fireworks at bystanders and spectators.

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By  David Wolf, Attorney

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Children, especially younger ones under the age of 5, are at serious risk for injuries when walking up or down stairs OR when on or near escalators.  When a summer camp, school, or day care center is supervising children on campus OR on a field trip, it is important to provide the necessary supervision to make sure that children are kept out of harm’s way.  Many staircases are built in a manner in which a child could crawl or squeeze between the bar. As such, at any given moment, a child, who is not under the constant watch or supervision of a child care provider, could slip away and suffer from a fall that leads to serious personal injuries or even death.
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By David Wolf, Attorney

Published by Child Injury Lawyer Network

Hotel%20-%20Resort%20-%20Motel%20-%20Personal%20Injuries.jpgIn the United States, families travel at different times of the year including summer break, winter break and spring break. During most trips, the vacation is filled with fun, laughter, and good times. It is often a pleasurable adventure to be able to stay in a hotel, resort or motel. Unfortunately, some visits to hotels end very poorly in the firm of personal injuries to a child. Is a hotel liable for all injuries that take place on premises? The simple answe is No. A hotel is not liable for all injuries or incidents but is responsible for the ones in which the following elements can be proved: