Short-Term Rental (Airbnb/VRBO) Injury Claims
Short-Term Rental (Airbnb/VRBO) Injury Claims in the Bay Area
Just like other personal injury claims or lawsuits, claims involving short-term rentals (STRs) are based on negligence. If you have been injured at an STR, you may have a claim not only against the owner or host of the property, but also against the company or platform you booked the reservation on.
Just as a hotel would have to compensate you if you were injured due to their negligence during your stay, an STR, like Airbnb or VRBO, may also be liable for injuries you sustained during your stay at one of their properties.
At Mitchell & Danoff Law Firm, we fight for clients and help them obtain compensation not only from the homeowners or hosts of these STRs, but also the companies that you may book your stays on.
Circumstances Common in STR (Airbnb/VRBO) Cases
Have you or someone you know been the victim of an assault at a short-term rental? Have you been the victim of gun violence at an Airbnb or VRBO? Have you or someone you know been the victim of sexual assault at an STR?
If you answered yes to any of these questions, you are likely entitled to significant compensation. Call us immediately and let us do the investigation and ensure you get the compensation you deserve in these unfortunate circumstances.
If you are hurt during your stay at a STR, give our lawyers a call at Mitchell & Danoff Law Firm today. We are pioneers in getting the most compensation possible for our clients when they are injured at STRs. If you have been injured at an STR, don’t wait to contact us, even minor delays can give companies like Airbnb and VRBO an advantage and decrease the amount of compensation you are able to obtain. Let our firm do the legwork for you and make sure you get the compensation that you deserve.
Common situations where a company like Airbnb or VRBO may be liable:
- Assaults during your stay or time at an Airbnb or VRBO
- Gunshot wounds from a guest or person invited to the Airbnb or VRBO property
- Sexual assaults by hosts or other guests at the STR
- Wrongful death due to the negligence of a host, property owner or STR company like Airbnb or VRBO
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Companies like Airbnb and VRBO defend cases involving serious injuries at their properties aggressively and vigorously. They may claim they were not at fault or negligent in the incident. They may even blame you or your family member for the injuries you sustained. Mitchell & Danoff Law Firm are experienced at litigating and negotiating these types of issues with STR companies like Airbnb and VRBO.
We know the strategies and tactics that these companies use to avoid paying you what you deserve, and we know how to overcome them. We have years of experience fighting for our clients against companies like Airbnb and VRBO. We have heard their arguments before and know the best strategies to maximize the compensation you get no matter what the STR companies may say.
If you've been injured in an accident through another's wrongful actions, you are entitled to compensation. Don't wait any longer; contact our firm immediately to see how we can help you.
Should I hire a lawyer for my personal injury case?There are several reasons for hiring a lawyer to represent you in your personal injury claim, rather than representing yourself. 1.) It allows you to focus on your own recovery, rather than the complicated details of your case. 2.) By hiring a skilled personal injury attorney to research your case and represent you in court, your chances of success improve drastically.
How long will my personal injury case take to resolve?
This number can vary from one case to another, depending on the details of your situation. A lawsuit can take anywhere from several months to several years to settle.
What is the average settlement amount for a personal injury claim?
The average compensation amount for a personal injury case is anywhere from $3,000 to $75,000, depending on what type of damages you are pursuing.
Does California put damage caps on claims for personal injury cases?
No, only Medical Malpractices cases have a cap. California Civil Code section 3333.2 sets a cap on the amount of non-economic damages (pain and suffering) that can be recovered in a medical malpractice case. The maximum amount that may be recovered is $250,000. All other Personal Injury cases are not subject to any cap.