Bed Bug Attorney and Lawyer in Omaha

Some people suffer from negligence of landlords, hotel owners and others who fail to prevent and get rid of bed bugs. People living in or visiting Omaha often suffer the losses and devastation from coming in contact with bedbugs in Omaha apartments, homes, hotels or retail establishments.

There are potential monetary and non-monetary damages caused by bed bugs. If you think you have a bed bug case, contact the Omaha bed bug attorneys for a free consultation to discuss your bed bug pre-litigation case representation.

Where do bed bugs hide in Omaha?

Bed bugs are very adept at hiding to avoid detection. They hide in far more locations than just your mattress. Bed bugs hide in bed frames, dressers, upholstered furniture, along baseboards and behind wall pictures or clocks.

People sometimes discover bed bugs after moving into a residence where bed bugs already exist or after staying at an Omaha-area hotel and carrying the bed bugs home or sustaining bites while staying at the hotel. People sometimes discover bed bugs after delivery of new furniture.

Do bed bugs cause illness or disease?

Some sources incorrectly claim that bed bugs are a “Nuisance” and do not cause illness or disease. However, this is not true.

In 2011, the Oxford University Press published research from Bedbugs and Infectious Diseases. Researchers described “45 candidate pathogens potentially transmitted by bedbugs, according to their vectorial capacity…”

In 2014, Penn Medicine researchers, along with researchers from Peru’s Universidad Peruana Cayetano Heredia, reported that bed bugs have the capability of carrying and transmitting “Trypanosoma cruzi, the parasite that causes Chagas disease,” which kills up to 50,000 people annually.

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Senior study author Michael Z. Levy, PhD, Assistant professor in the department of Biostatistics and Epidemiology, stated, ““We’ve shown that the bed bug can acquire and transmit the parasite.”

There are other consequences of suffering bed bug infestations. Suffering from bed bug bites or infestations potentially results in mental health issues, as reported in the National Post. A Canadian study concluded that people potentially suffer mental health repercussions because of coming in contact with bed bugs. Dr. Stéphane Perron and colleagues concluded that bed bug victims “Are much more likely than others to suffer anxiety disorder, sleeplessness and possibly depression.”

What might I recover from the help of a Bed Bug Lawyer in Omaha?

Bed bugs potentially cause a wide array of losses to innocent victims who suffer from the negligence of landlords, property owners, hotels and retail establishments.

Damages resulting in monetary losses from bed bug infestations include actual costs such as costs of professional extermination, moving, replacing carpeting and furniture, lost wages, medical expenses, including treatments and prescription costs.

Non-monetary damages include your embarrassment, emotional and mental health suffering, impact on relationships and suffering associated with fear of getting bed bugs again.

To learn more about your rights and to get started on your pre-litigation Omaha bed bug case representation, contact the Omaha bed bug attorney.

Disclaimer: The information provided on this website is for informational purposes only and not for the purpose of providing legal advice. This firm handles claims nationwide on a pre-litigation basis only. Some attorneys are not licensed to practice in certain jurisdictions. Although most bed bug cases resolve without a lawsuit, should one need be filed in a jurisdiction the firm is not authorized to practice, our lawyers can work with local counsel upon the execution of a new agreement. 
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