Bed Bug Lawyers in Georgia

Bed bugs frequently invade a wide range of facilities including apartments, homes, hotels, and furniture stores. You can receive a free consultation from the pre-litigation Georgia bed bug lawyers at Bed Bug Injury Law to determine if you have a viable case. You may be able to receive full compensation for bed bugs if they resulted from negligence on the part of property owners, landlords, hotel management, furniture store owners, or other parties.

How Did I Get a Bed Bug Infestation in Georgia?

Bed bugs are capable of hiding in bedding, furniture, behind wall hangings and baseboards, and many other locations, with the ability to easily travel across different locations regardless of cleanliness.

While not always highly visible, bed bugs could be present in your Georgia hotel room, home, furniture rental outlet, or apartment. They can also go without a meal for a long period of time, until a new victim arrives.

Bed bugs also multiply quickly, as females are capable of laying up to 500 eggs in a single lifetime. Their ability to spread at such a fast rate can result in an infestation before tenants, guests, or others have a chance to notice them.

Are Bed Bugs Capable of Spreading Illnesses?

Like other pests such as ticks, bed bugs are potential carriers of many different diseases. If a bed bug is a carrier of an infectious disease, the bite could cause mild to severe illness depending on treatment.

Types of Compensation for Bed Bug Bites in Georgia

If you’ve recently suffered from a bed bug infestation and subsequent bites that have resulted in financial or emotional distress, you may be able to receive compensation for monetary or non-monetary damages with the help of a Georgia bed bug lawyer who can provide pre-litigation representation.

Monetary damages can include lost wages due to time off work needed for recovery, along with other costs pertaining to the replacement of belongings such as furniture, carpeting, bedding, and more. Non-monetary damages include emotional and mental distress, such as the fear of future bites that can result in a loss of sleep in many cases.

To determine if you have a viable bed bug case, get a free consultation at Bed Bug Injury Law and speak with a qualified and experienced bed bug attorney today.


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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