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Hotels whose employees knew or should have known that trafficking was occurring at their property can be sued.
When under oath, hoteliers should make sure they—and especially whoever they are facing in court—stick to the truth.
Hotels with a history of crime can face legal consequences when they fail to protect guests from foreseeable harm.
When a hotel fails to make contractually agreed-upon changes, it opens itself up to legal consequences. Here’s one example of what can happen.
With cars, bicyclists and pedestrians coming and going through a hotel’s entrance area, there are plenty of opportunities for accidents—and lawsuits.
Hotel bathrooms are fraught with accidents, but how a hotel handles issues before a guest's stay can be a factor in future litigation.
Successfully filing an insurance claim is difficult by design, so don't make it more difficult by missing important details.
Ants in a hotel bathroom are a big no-no, but are they justification for a lawsuit?
Ever wonder what happens if you don’t pay those pesky but hopefully well-earned franchise fees? Take a look.