Las Vegas VRBO Accident AttorneyStaff Attorney2021-11-05T20:30:52-07:00
A dedicated VRBO accident attorney you can rely on
VRBO is slowly becoming one of the most widely-used short-term vacation rental applications in the nation. Like its competitors, renters are provided access to fully-furnished properties by independent owners. VRBO currently offers over two million listings around the world, with an emphasis on single-family homes and apartments.
Although most VRBO experiences end in smiles and good memories, there are some occasions when a guests’ stay can go terribly wrong.
As every property is independently owned by either a person or a business, there is no set standard for maintaining safe and secure properties. The platform simply encourages its hosts Instead, the Company provides its hosts with safety guidelines. It is the owners responsibility to ensure each guest enjoys a safe and hazard0-free stay.
If you or a loved one have become injured while on vacation, contact our VRBO accident attorney immediately for a free consultation.
Types of VRBO accidents
Injuries that can occur in a VRBO rental are no different from any other type of Nevada personal injury claim. Typical injuries include slip and falls, unsecured hazards, defective building, defective furniture, toxic substances, and more. Let’s take a deeper look into the different types of injuries you could sustain while vacationing at VRBO:
Slip and fall
Poorly lit walkways, obstructed walkways, defective handrails, and faulty staircases can all contribute to a slip and fall accident. Common injuries sustained in this type of accident can include broken bones, cuts and lacerations, muscle sprains and strains, head injury, back and spine injuries.
Objects that should be permanently affixed to the building that become detached. This could include lighting, ceiling fans, mounted television sets, and so on. If these objects become detached, fall, and hit you, you could sustain serious injuries that should be addressed immediately.
As a guest, you should assume that the furniture you will be utilizing is safe and secure. Broken chairs, bedframes, tables, etc.. can cause serious injury if they do not work as intended. For example, let’s say you’ve just finished making a large breakfast for your family. As you pull your chair out and sit down, the back leg breaks. You fall to the floor and wind up fracturing your wrist. Under Nevada personal injury law, you would probably qualify for an injury claim.
Absolutely, yes! In fact, you can’t afford to NOT hire us. By working with an experienced Airbnb accident attorney, you can rest assured knowing you will receive the maximum compensation for your injuries. We do not charge a fee up-front, and we do not collect payment until AFTER we have settled your case. We will NEVER make more than our clients. That said, there is really no reason why you should not hire an attorney!
Every case is unique; however, we will work diligently to get you your maximum financial compensation as quickly as possible. By working with Brian M. Boyer, you will never be left in the dark. You can text or call him 24/7, and he and his dedicated staff will provide you with case updates as your claim progresses.
We can’t predict the future; however, we can tell you that we are determined to win. Our skilled attorney understands torts law and he has successfully recovered millions for his injured clients. By hiring Brian, you are hiring the best option available.
VRBO host insurance covers up to $1 million dollars worth of liability claims
VRBO’s Host Protection Insurance was created to protect VRBO hosts against third-party liability claims. Host Protection Insurance becomes effective the moment a host lists their property on the VRBO website. The insurance policy covers personal injury claims and property damage claims. The policy covers all claims up to $1 million dollars in damages.
Common exceptions to this insurance coverage include:
Intentional crime, including assault and battery, sexual assault, and defamation
Robbery and theft
Acts of terrorism
Car accidents on private property
VRBO Host Protection Insurance is currently only available within the United States, and the rules vary by state.
What to do after a VRBO accident
If you’ve been injured while staying in a VRBO vacation property due to the negligence of the property host or owner, you should do the following to ensure you have a strong personal injury claim:
Seek immediate medical attention. Medical records are the building blocks of any personal injury case because they document the severity and progression of your injuries. Without medical records, your claim will likely be denied.
Collect evidence. Take photos of the accident scene, the hazard that caused your injury, and your injuries themselves. Take multiple photographs and gather any witness information possible.
File a claim with VRBO. Advise them of the injury, but do not go into detail. Simply advise them that you are in the process of hiring an attorney and they will be in contact with them to initiate further conversation.
Hire an attorney. VRBO liability claims are inherently difficult to pursue without the help of a skilled lawyer. At The Injury Firm, we have over a decade of experience filing claims against negligent property owners. We are here to help you and your loved ones recover financially. Contact us at any time for a free case review to discover what your option for financial recovery are.
“I got into an accident that wasn’t my fault. When my insurance wanted to hold me accountable for it I didn’t know who to call so I reached out to The Injury Firm. I can’t tell you how satisfied I was! It was like having a personal assistant. They took care of everything for me. I hope I never get in an accident again but if I do, they’ll be the first call I make.” – PERSONAL INJURY CLIENT
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Brian M. Boyer, Esq.
Meet Our Las Vegas VRBO Accident Attorney
Brian M. Boyer has practiced personal injury law for over a decade. In the past ten years, he has helped multiple brain injury victims recover financially. His expertise as an accident lawyer remains unmatched in terms of securing maximum compensation for his clients.
If you or a loved one has developed an injury following an accident at an Airbnb, do not try to manage the complicated insurance negotiations and legal paperwork alone. You need an attorney, so please contact lawyer, Brian Boyer at (702) 800-0988 for a free and confidential case review.
OUR ACCIDENT ATTORNEY NEVER SETTLES FOR LESS. NEITHER SHOULD YOU.