How Do You Sue a Hotel for Bed Bugs?

With the rise in travel volume in the United States, we are seeing an unprecedented epidemic with bed bug injuries and bed bug infestations with no signs of stopping. If you’ve encountered bed bug bites or red welts after staying at a hotel, you will want to learn more about how you can sue a hotel for bed bugs.

The Importance of Documenting Your Case for a Bed Bug Lawsuit

To sue a hotel for bed bugs, you need to ensure you have proper documentation and evidence of your case. If you have been bitten, look for indications and markings of bed bugs within the hotel room.

Grab a flashlight and inspect all areas of the room including the bed (bed sheets, comfortable, mattress, box spring, bed frame), furniture and other areas of the room. With the help of a flashlight, you should be able to find those bed bugs, bed bug eggs and other larvae.

How Do You Sue a Hotel for Bed Bugs?

Take as many pictures and videos as possible and capture bed bugs in a small plastic bag.

If you have been bitten, take pictures of your bed bug injuries as times goes on.

Once you have gathered your evidence, contact the hotel management and document each interaction with hotel management and the Department of Health in detail including names, titles and locations.

What Kind of Compensation Could I Expect?

Each bed bug injury case is unique. However, you could expect compensation for medical expenses, lost wages, replacement of your furniture and luggage as bed bugs will follow you through your luggage, hotel stay during extermination of bed bugs in your home.

Consult a Bed Bug Lawyer or Attorney for Free

My team at Bed Bug Law have been working on bed bug cases for over 10 years and we believe we can help you.

If you think you have a case against a hotel for bed bugs or have any questions, please contact us by calling 1 (855) 533-5552 or by filling out “Do I Have a Case” form as you may be eligible for compensation.

2 thoughts on “How Do You Sue a Hotel for Bed Bugs?”

  1. Please help me with the legal part of filing a claim as well as a reasonably amount of compensation I might expect . Any help I can get will give me a better chance to prove my case and to see that justice will prevail. The main motivation I feel is in regard to the motel trying to convince me that I’m simply having an allergic reaction. Anything to discount the truth.

  2. Vincent, If you have encountered bed bugs while staying in a hotel on vacation or on business travel, visit http://www.bedbuglaw.com/do-i-have-a-case to upload photos, videos and a summary of what happened to you. Once received, we can begin the process of evaluating and assisting you in filing a claim. Thank you for visiting Bed Bug Law and we look forward to speaking with you soon.

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