Hotels and resorts place a large emphasis on amenities and location, but many fall short when it comes to safety, security and maintenance. This can be especially problematic in the Grand Strand area of South Carolina — a prime vacation spot for families and Spring Breakers.
South Carolina property owners and managers, including those in hospitality, are responsible for providing safe and secure premises for visitors, customers and guests. When property owners fail to provide safe and secure premises, people can become seriously injured or lose their lives in fatal accidents. Injured tourists may be entitled to compensation for medical care, lost wages, pain and suffering, and other monetary losses related to the injury.
If you or a family member was injured while vacationing at a hotel or resort in Myrtle Beach, Horry County, Conway or any of the surrounding areas, contact the Fata Law Firm. Our firm offers over 20 years of experience protecting the rights of tourists who have been injured while staying at local hotels, motels and resorts.
Hotel injury lawyer Nate Fata leads our firm with an emphasis on fair compensation for injuries and losses — something collected through premises liability claims. Filing an effective claim involves identifying negligent property owners and holding them accountable for their actions.
Our law firm has full understanding of what hotel and resort owners should be doing to keep guests safe. We can readily identify when an act of negligence has resulted in the following:
Attorney Nate Fata has ample experience determining how an accident occurred, identifying who is responsible and securing fair compensation for our clients' injuries and losses. Additionally, it is rare that our clients need to travel back to the area for their case prior to filing suit.
If you or a family member was injured anywhere on hotel or resort property, speak to the Fata Law Firm to learn about your rights and options.