If you are renting and staying at an Airbnb, that host may evict you if you report that there are bed bugs in the rental unit or rental home. Bed bugs can hide in nooks and crevices of a home, to the point that you may never see them. That is, you won’t see them until you find the red welts on your body after you have slept in an Airbnb room on a mattress that had hundreds to thousands of bed bugs in the corners of the mattress and pillows.
Bed bugs can carry diseases, are a nuisance and are a serious threat to the health and safety of you and your family, if you rented an Airbnb with bed bugs. If you are evicted from an Airbnb just for reporting that it had bed bugs, you need to contact us today at the Bed Bug Legal Group. We can go over your claim with you, and discuss the next steps. You need to talk to our legal team, to get with an attorney with the experience in Airbnb evictions for bed bugs. We can help you to get the recovery compensation that you deserve for your losses, expenses, damages and personal injuries related to bed bugs found in an Airbnb.
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Can I Sue If an AIRBNB Evicts Me for Reporting They Have Bed Bugs in the Unit or Home?
Yes, we can sue if your Airbnb host has evicted you because of any bed bugs found in the unit. Even if you did not know about any bed bugs in your unit at the Airbnb you rented, the bug could have been there the entire time. An investigation needs to be made, but once there are bed bugs in an Airbnb, you need to know that the host is responsible for hiring an exterminator for pests to come to the Airbnb on the host’s dime. You are not responsible for getting rid of bed bugs if you are renting an Airbnb. Remember, bed bugs can infiltrate anywhere, and can get into furniture, clothing and other items of your personal property – which all may need to be replaced when you leave the Airbnb. That is the responsibility of the Airbnb host, who needed to police the unit and inspect it after every person who has slept in the person’s home or rental units.
If you are having any trouble with your Airbnb host, and are evicted for reporting to the host that the unit had bed bugs, you need to contact us at the Bed Bug Legal Group right now. We will help you with your claim, and our Los Angeles case lawyers can file a lawsuit on your behalf. When you contact our case attorneys in Los Angeles, we can sue to get you the recovery compensation that you deserve in this type of case.
Average Case Value of Being Evicted from an AIRBNB for Bed Bugs
The average case value of being evicted from an Airbnb for bed bug reporting to the host, can depend on the value of your damages, loses, expenses incurred and if you have any person injuries related to being bitten by a bed bug. Bed bugs can carry diseases, and many people have an allergic reaction to them when bitten, which can include:
- Permanent scars
If you are bitten by a bed bug, you will know it. Bed bug like to take their blood meal from a human host in the evening hours when you are sleeping. The bed bugs will hide in the mattress, flooring and pillows, and will be drawn to your body from your breath exhaled during the night. One bed bug can bite you dozens of times, and it could also signal its friends to also join in and make a feast of your arms, legs and abdomen sections. You could wake up to welts and bites all over your body. If you are bitten by numerous bed bugs, you will want to seek immediate attention, to ensure that you will not get permanent scarring from the bites, and to prevent getting an infection from those types of insect bites.
How Long Does It Take to Settle and to Get Paid on These Cases?
The length of time that it will take to settle and get paid on a case where an Airbnb host evicts you from the unit for reporting bed bugs will differ greatly, depending on how much are your damages, losses and expenses related to the claim. If you have any personal injuries from being bitten by a bed bug as well, then your medical bills will be added to the final settlement figures for your case. This is the reason that it will take several weeks to a few months to settle out your bed bug infestation and eviction form an Airbnb case.
Statute Of Limitations – How Long Do I Have to File a Lawsuit?
The statute of limitations in California for personal injury lawsuit filing is two years.
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If you have been evicted from an Airbnb for a claim of reporting bed bugs in the residence or unit, you can contact us for a free consultation on your claim. You have the right to report anything to the Airbnb owner that creates a hazard. If this has been your experience with an Airbnb host, just contact us today at the Bed Bug Legal Group. We will review your case, and talk to you about the next steps to a full recovery on your claim.