Mother Files Premises Liability Lawsuit Against Galveston Hotel

The mother of an 8-year-old boy, who recently suffered serious and permanent injuries at the Comfort Inn and Suites in Galveston, Texas, filed a premises liability lawsuit when a tile fell on him.

According to the plaintiff, she and her son were exiting a hotel elevator when the tile came loose from the wall, and struck her son. The tile hit the boy’s chest, head and leg, causing serious injuries resulting in pain, permanent disfigurement and impairment.

The suit alleges that the hotel failed in its duty to protect the mother and her child from dangerous conditions on the premises and asks for damages for medical bills, pain and anguish.

Hotels must provide safe and secure premises for all guests. The owner of the property has a legal duty to make sure the property is safe, which includes eliminating unsafe conditions, inspecting the property for defects, and making certain dangerous conditions are repaired.

If you suffer a serious injury on the premises of a business, you need experienced legal representation. Parker Law Firm is committed to giving individuals dealing with injuries, or facing life-threatening or lifestyle-challenging situations, a voice. Call us today at (817) 503-9200 or email us at [email protected] to receive the personal professional attention you deserve.

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