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Bed Bug Attorney Servicing Caroline County, MD

Caroline County has a population of 34,000, with 4,000 renters.  The county seat is Denton. Popular attractions include the Harriet Tubman Underground Railroad Byway and numerous nature trails.  Both tourists and residents may experience bed bugs while having an otherwise pleasant time in Caroline County.

Bed bugs can trigger serious health issues, including allergic responses, bacterial infections, and permanent scarring. They can also cause major financial losses by infesting and destroying personal property, which must then be replaced – often at great expense to the owner. If bed bugs infested your apartment or hotel room in Caroline County, Maryland, your landlord, the hotel manager, the property owner, or other parties may be responsible for your financial losses. You could be entitled to compensation.

The Caroline County bed bug injury lawyers of Whitney, LLP are here to help. We have represented numerous clients against hotels, motels, landlords, and pest control companies, recovering millions of dollars for the victims of negligence related to bed bugs. When you need an aggressive, experienced attorney with a proven record in the area of bed bug litigation, turn to the law firm of Whitney, LLP. Contact us online today to set up a free legal consultation, or call our law offices at (410) 583-8000.

Some areas we handle bed bug in Caroline County, MD include: Denton | Federalsburg| Ridgley | Greensboro | Goldsboro | Preston | Marydel | Hillsboro | Henderson, Choptank | West Denton | Willston

What Do Bed Bugs Look Like?

Bed bugs are nocturnal, blood-sucking insects with six legs, ridged brown bodies, and small wideset eyes positioned on opposite sides of the head. These features may be difficult to discern thanks to the bed bug’s tiny size, which ranges from a few millimeters when the bed bug is unfed, to about one quarter of an inch after feeding. However, there are other infestation warning signs that can help you identify bed bugs in your apartment or hotel, such as foul odors (which can be produced by bed bug pheromones) or dark stains on your mattress (which can be produced by crushed bed bug bodies or their excrement).

Identifying Bed Bug Bites

Different people experience different reactions to being bitten by bed bugs. Some people do not have any physical reaction, while others suffer serious health issues, described in greater detail in the section below. Most individuals develop small, pink welts, which may cause intense itching and discomfort. Some individuals may experience swelling and painful blistering in the bitten areas. Unfortunately, bed bug bites can leave permanent scars behind after they have healed.

Bed Bugs and Related Health Problems

Mental and physical health issues can arise from prolonged or even short-term exposure to bed bugs. Examples of health problems linked to bed bug infestations include:

  • Anaphylaxis – Anaphylaxis is a serious, fast-acting, and in some cases life-threatening allergic response characterized by facial swelling, nausea, breathing problems, and shock.
  • Bacterial Infections – The wounds caused by picking or scratching at itchy bed bug bites can easily become infected. Skin infections associated with bed bug infestations include lymphangitis, ecthyma, and impetigo.
  • Mental Health Risks – Living with a bed bug infestation is an intensely stressful experience that can damage the victim’s mental health. Victims of bed bug infestations frequently report depression, anxiety, insomnia, and related issues.

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The bed bug lawyers at Whitney, LLP research the city, county, and state codes where bed bug infestations occur and injure our clients. Tenants’ legal rights come from state law, common law, promises made in the lease, and from local laws, such as the county or city code.

The Caroline County Code directly address infestation in Section 132-43, Sanitation and Pest Control:

(C) Insect and rodent control. The premises and structure shall be free from infestation of insects, rodents, vermin or other pests. Where infestation is found, the area shall be promptly exterminated by processes which are not injurious to human health. If the Code Official determines there are continuing or repeated incidents of infestation, the Code Official may require structural alterations or repairs.
(D) Responsibility for extermination.
  • (1) Before renting. The property owner shall be responsible for extermination within the structure and on the premises, if necessary, before renting or leasing the housing unit.
  • (2) Single-occupancy structure. The tenant of a structure containing a single housing unit shall be responsible for extermination in the structure or on the premises.
  • (3) Multiple-occupancy structure. The property owner or operator of a structure containing two or more housing units shall be responsible for extermination in the structure or on the premises, except where an infestation within a housing unit is caused by a failure of the tenant to take reasonable action to prevent the infestation.

Caroline County Bed Bug Injury Attorneys

A bed bug infestation can have devastating consequences – not only for your physical health, but your emotional wellbeing and the financial stability of your family. If you were exposed to a bed bug infestation at a hotel or apartment in Caroline County, the bed bug litigation attorneys of Whitney, LLP are ready to fight for justice. Contact us online  to set up a free legal consultation, or call our law offices at (410) 583-8000.

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