Who Is Responsible for Injuries at Airbnb Properties? Find Out What Your Options Are

You’re going out of town and want to enjoy a beautiful vacation in a homey atmosphere. It may seem obvious to choose an Airbnb – but what if the experience is not as expected? What if you are injured while at an Airbnb? Keep reading to determine what legal remedies you may have. If you need a free legal consultation, contact The Law Offices of Larry H. Parker at 800-333-0000.

Airbnb Has Robust Protection for Guests

While the facts will vary based on the country in which you are staying, Airbnb generally provides their hosts with Host Protection Insurance. In most cases, this will end up being the coverage that applies to your stay. It is $1 million worth of coverage. As a result, it is likely that any initial coverage ill come from Airbnb’s insurance company.

There Are Limits to Airbnb’s Coverage

On the surface it may seem simple: If you have a valid slip and fall or other premises liability claim while staying in an Airbnb property, you will have up to $1 million in coverage. However, this is a per-occurrence basis. In the event of serious or catastrophic injury, or numerous parties being injured, this $1 million can be used up faster than you may think. In that case, you would need to talk to a personal injury attorney to determine what your best legal options are.

Likewise, there are specific issues that are not covered by Airbnb. This includes any issues related to asbestos, product liability, and Chinese drywall claims. Again, this coverage can also vary by country. You would want to contact an attorney in the country in which you were injured.

Were You Injured in an Airbnb on California Property?

If you were injured while staying in a California Airbnb, then you should contact a California personal injury attorney. When you contact The Law Offices of Larry H. Parker at 800-333-0000, we will begin with a free legal consultation. During that time we will get the basics about your case, ask questions about the injury, and provide our best advice on how you can move forward.

Not only is this consultation free, but we also take your case on a contingency basis. This means no upfront costs and no requirement to pay your legal fees until you have received compensation for your injury. Our payment is a percentage of the settlement or jury award we get for you, which gives us as much reason to fight for the best possible outcome as you have. Contact us now to get started.