Types of Inadequate Security in a Hotel

There are many different circumstances in which a hotel may demonstrate a lack of security. As already mentioned, unlocked entryways is one example. But it also could include malfunctioning or unused locks on doors and windows.

In addition, the guest’s room might be lacking in security if others can see in through a peephole, there is a missing chain lock, a telephone isn’t provided to make an emergency call, or if sliding glass doors don’t have blocking devices (bars) or an alarm system to indicate it’s been opened. These are just some examples.

An attorney from the Law Office of Jason R. Schultz can help determine if a hotel’s negligence regarding inadequate security may be cited in a personal injury claim and if a claim against the hotel can be filed. Call us at (404) 474-0804 and download our eBook, The Ultimate Guide to Accident Cases in Georgia – The Truth About Your Injury Case.

Jason R. Schultz
Helping Georgia area residents with car accident, medical malpractice, and personal injury claims since 1991.