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Red Roof Inn Sex Trafficking Lawsuits: What Victims Need to Know

If you’ve been trafficked at a Red Roof Inn, you’re not alone. Hundreds of survivors are coming forward. At Console and Associates, our human and sex trafficking attorneys are here to help. Complete our online form for a free case evaluation and to learn your legal options.

Roof Inn’s Sex Trafficking Crisis Exposed

Recent investigations have revealed that Red Roof Inn, one of America’s largest budget hotel chains, is facing an unprecedented wave of lawsuits from sex trafficking survivors. These brave individuals allege that the company turned a blind eye to their abuse, choosing profits over protection.

Key facts:

  • At least 42 federal lawsuits are currently underway
  • Hundreds more victims are preparing to file
  • Cases span 39 states and over 115 Red Roof Inn locations

Were You Trafficked at a Red Roof Inn?

If you were trafficked at Red Roof Inn, you are not alone. We are here to help you understand your rights and guide you through the legal process.

  1. You have rights: The law allows victims to seek civil damages against entities that knowingly profited from trafficking.
  2. You’re not alone: Hundreds of survivors are coming forward with similar experiences.
  3. Your voice matters: Your testimony could be crucial in holding Red Roof Inn accountable.
  4. Time is of the essence: Legal deadlines may apply, so don’t wait to explore your options.

Signs of Trafficking at Red Roof Inn Properties

Survivors report numerous red flags that should have alerted staff:

  • Multiple men visiting a single room
  • Visible signs of abuse or malnourishment
  • Young girls in revealing clothing at odd hours
  • Rooms paid for in cash by someone other than the occupant
  • Extended stays with minimal luggage

The Red Roof Inn Lawsuits: A Landmark Legal Battle

The first trial against a national hotel chain for sex trafficking took place in Atlanta, involving Red Roof Inn. This historic case has paved the way for survivors nationwide to seek justice.

What the Evidence Shows:

  • Red Roof Inn employees reportedly joked about “pimps and hos”
  • Management allegedly prioritized profits over guest safety
  • Training on recognizing trafficking was minimal or non-existent

Frequently Asked Questions

Q: How do I know if I qualify for a lawsuit against Red Roof Inn?

A: If you were trafficked at any Red Roof Inn property, you may have a case. Contact us to discuss your specific situation.

Q: What if I’m not sure if it was trafficking?

A: Many victims don’t initially recognize their experience as trafficking. We can help you understand your situation from a legal perspective.

Q: Is there a time limit to file a claim?

No Fee Promise You Don't Pay Unless We Win Console & Associates PCA: Yes, legal deadlines called statutes of limitations apply. Don’t wait to reach out and learn about your options.

Q: What if I can’t afford a lawyer?

A: We work on a contingency basis, meaning you pay nothing unless we win your case.

You’re Not Just a Statistic. You’re a Survivor.

At Console and Associates, our human and sex trafficking attorneys are committed to fighting for sex trafficking survivors. Every survivor who comes forward strengthens the case against Red Roof Inn. Your story could be the key to preventing future trafficking and holding this corporation accountable. We see you. We hear you. And we’re ready to fight for you.

Don’t let Red Roof Inn’s negligence go unchallenged. Complete our online form and take the first step towards justice and healing. Your story matters, and we’re here to listen.​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​

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