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Hotel Expert Witness Services

Since 1985, R. Britton Colbert, CHA, CHIA, has been providing hotel expert witness services to attorneys specializing in litigation, bankruptcy, real estate, franchising, and personal injury matters.

His extensive experience in hotel operations has made him highly sought after as a hotel expert witness by law firms and attorneys with cases throughout the United States, the Caribbean and Mexico. Mr. Colbert is a leading nationwide authority on hotel operations, having spent more than 35 years in the hotel operations and commercial real estate financing industry. For complete documentation on his credentials, see his professional experience.

Mr. Colbert's hotel expert witness services are typically utilized by attorneys litigating cases that involve:

  • Hotel Wrongful Death associated with Hotel Fires, Hotel Pools, Hotel Carbon Monoxide Poisoning
  • Hotel Mismanagement
  • Hotel Franchise Compliance Issues
  • Hotel Premises Liability
  • Hotel Duty of Care
  • Hotel Property Operational Control issues such as Eviction, Repairs and Maintenance, and Security
  • Hotel Finance and Due Diligence
  • Hotel Cash Flow Analysis

From California to Colorado, from Florida to Nevada, from Philadelphia to Atlanta, and from New Jersey to the Bahamas, Mr. Colbert is retained for his expertise in premises liability, wrongful death, hotel finance and operations management, and franchisor-franchisee matters. He provides research and consulting, expert testimony, and litigation support assistance in drafting interrogatories, discovery and witness preparation.

If you are litigating a case involving a hotel lawsuit, a lawsuit involving a hotel, resort or provider of hospitality services, and you require a hotel expert witness regarding hotel real estate, liability, operations or premises issues, contact R. Britton Colbert by calling 561-455-2785.

Client Comments —
"You stood up well to cross examination." — Denver attorney regarding alleged wrongful eviction.

"Without any doubt, both my clients and I feel strongly that, but for your assistance, we would have not been successful. Please accept this letter as our heartfelt thanks." — High Point, North Carolina attorney regarding a breach of management agreement and valuation of a small historic hotel.