The Accidental Tourist: Navigating Legal Pitfalls in Travel Injury Litigation

, The Legal Intelligencer


According to the U.S. Office of Travel and Tourism Industries, each year roughly 40 million U.S. residents travel overseas, as well as to destinations like Canada and Mexico. The desire and need to travel can arise for many reasons, which include, inter alia, travel to see family, for work, to learn a different culture, or to simply escape the cold Northeast winter and head out to a warm destination to relax from the busy holiday season.

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