BED BUG ATTORNEY SERVICING DAYTONA BEACH, FL
Located along the East Coast in Florida lies the popular vacation getaway, Daytona Beach. With thousands of tourists and vacation goers traveling through the city every day, the chances of coming in contact with bed bugs is drastically increased if you plan to stay in a hotel, Airbnb, or possibly rent out an apartment. Daytona Beach is also home to many events, most notably NASCAR races due to the renowned Daytona International Speedway, which also happens to be the headquarters for NASCAR. This traffic draws in tens of thousands of visitors every year, and a majority of these visitors stay in nearby hotels and motels which in turn can drive up the activity of bed bugs due to the sheer amount of traffic. The Whitney law firm has recovered over $10 million for our clients in bed bug cases. Here is what our clients have to say about us. Attorney’s fees and case expenses are paid from only from compensation we recover for you.
Bed bugs are tiny, parasitic insects that emerge at night to feed on blood from sleeping humans, dogs, cats, or other warm-blooded animals. In physical appearance, they are brown, six-legged, and wingless, with conical mouth parts and small eyes positioned on opposite sides of the head.
These insects are also notoriously known for being very small, but can heavily expand to make room for food (blood). When a bed bug hasn’t eaten in awhile, they can appear to look flat and no longer than a few millimeters. On the other hand, a bed bug that has recently eaten can expand up to one quarter of an inch and appear very elongated.
HOW DO YOU KNOW YOU’VE BEEN BITTEN BY BED BUGS?
While the reaction from a bed bug bite can heavily vary from person to person, there are common signs that can be noticed early on to help get a professional’s diagnosis. The most common responses that have been recorded are small, pink, itchy welts that can last anywhere from one to two weeks. Along with that, bite marks can also start to appear in straight or zig-zagged lines, but have the chance to also appear in seemingly random clusters. In the chance you don’t see any of these responses and you still have a hunch about having them, stay on the lookout for dark stains on your mattress and a foul, sickly-sweet odor caused by bed bug pheromones.
OUR DAYTONA BEACH, FL BED BUG ATTORNEYS CAN HELP
If you or someone you know has encountered or suffered from bed bugs while staying in a hotel or Airbnb, you may be entitled to receive compensation from the landlord or hotel owner. The Daytona Beach bed bug injury lawyers at Whitney, LLP offer free legal consultations to help bring to light your options when pursuing a claim and how much it may be worth. For help with your case, call Whitney, LLP today to set up a free legal consultation on your case. Our number is (410) 583-8000. There are no fees or expenses until we recover compensation for you.