Resort / Hotel Injury Lawyer: Sean M. Cleary

Failure to take the necessary steps to protect guests may result in potential liability for the resort owners.

How can we help you with your resort/hotel injury case?

I represent people who have been involved in injuries in different resorts and hotels around the world.

Sean M. Cleary

A number of 23 million US citizens traveled outside their country during the first 5 months of 2012, 658,000 travelers choosing South American destinations, according to the US government's Office of Travel and Tourism Industry. Some of the most common resort accidents include slip and fall accidents, recreational motor vehicle accidents, water sports accidents, swimming pool accidents, wind surfing accidents, snorkeling and scuba diving accidents, hiking accidents, jet ski accidents, and others.

From 2004 and 2006, there were 2,361 deaths of US citizens overseas due to injury. Out of these US citizen injury deaths, 50.4% occurred in the Americas region. Almost 40% (37.8%) of US citizen mortal injuries in the low- to middle-income Americas were due to vehicle crashes compared to about half that (18.9%) for low- to middle-income Americas citizen injury deaths.


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Who Can Be Held Liable for a Recreational Accident at a Caribbean Water Park?

The water park staff has the full responsibility to take the necessary steps to protect visitors from incidents. In case they fail to enforce the premises rules, this can be considered a form of negligence. If this negligence is proven, the water park owners,...

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Who Can Be Held Liable for a Diving Injury?

Recreational divers may be required to sign a liability waiver by the resort, the charter company or the boat operator/owner. Diving is a voluntary sport. However, no waiver can entirely release the negligent parties from responsibility. In case of a diving injury, you can file a claim...

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How Can I Estimate the Compensation Value of My Caribbean Resorts Claim?

The amount you can claim depends on your particular circumstances, but there is no definitive answer to this. Individuals who have suffered harm due to the negligent or wrongful conduct of others are entitled to compensation for all damages incurred. The compensation you are legally entitled to depends on: the type of...

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How Can I Sue in the U.S. A Foreign Vacation Resort for a Slip and Fall Accident?

If you or somebody close to you has been the subject of a resort/hotel injury you should contact a lawyer immediately. You may be facing a multi-million dollar company with aggressive lawyers and personnel who deny responsibility....

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What Are the Most Common Resort Injuries?

When going on vacation, the last thing people have on their mind is the risk of severe personal injury, especially when their destination is a 5-star resort. Unfortunately, resort injuries are not rare and when they happen, employees at the resort rarely take full responsibility....

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Who Is Liable for Resort Injuries?

Hundreds of people are injured every year at various resorts, suffering from minor bruises to debilitating spinal cord or traumatic brain injuries. These injuries can be the result of simple slip and fall accidents,...

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What Is the Statute of Limitation in Resort Injury Cases?

Resort accidents are unfortunately not rare and when they happen, victims can suffer severe injuries, from fractures to traumatic brain injury or even

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Why Is It Recommended to Hire An Aggressive Lawyer for a Resort Injury Claim?

Injuries that occur in vacation areas request a different type of legal approach because most of the times these areas belong to major corporations and all their reputation is at stake if you take them to court. Basically, you need the best attorneys you can hire because: usually the

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Can Providers of Public Transportation Be Sued in Case of a Vacation Accident?

You can file a claim against any public transportation service provider that is responsible for your injuries, such as tourist airlines, buses and cruise ships. Beware of the strict deadlines applicable for such cases and seek legal guidance, otherwise you can lose...

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Can I Receive Only Partial Coverage for My Injuries?

Even if you were careless and your negligence partly caused an accident, in some states you can still get at least some compensation from any parties responsible for the accident. The carelessness of the persons involved determines the share of compensation they owe to the victim. The comparative negligence rule determines the...

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