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Homeowners who move into a new home and find termite damage have many questions. Who is responsible for paying for the damage, why was the damage not disclosed, did the seller know about it but hide it, and other similar questions are what usually starts going through the mind of a new owner.  Some of these questions, and answers, are provided below.

Fortunately, homeowners have legal rights and can take the necessary action against the parties who have made negligent representations, or sometimes, even fraudulent representations. 

To take legal action, a home buyer needs an experienced termite damage attorney who knows the process of recovering compensation for termite damage.  At Whitney, LLP we represent homeowners who were deceived into moving into termite-damaged homes through the fault of pest control inspection companies, dishonest real estate agents and fraudulent sellers.  Some of our Termite Lawsuit case results are here, including a million dollar verdict against a negligent and dishonest pest control company in Glen Burnie, MD.  Contact us now at (410) 583-8000 or use our online Quick Contact Form.


“When others did not want to take my case Whitney, LLP was willing. Dan was very very patient with me and his communication was always on point no matter how he reached out. He helped me and my family start our lives all over, I thank him so much.”

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“I would definitely recommend this firm. I contacted them just to get some insight and I was informed that I indeed had a case, and they won! Any questions or concerns I had were answered and explained clearly. They were very kind and informative throughout the whole process. I am very grateful that I stumbled across their page, it has changed my life. Thank you.”

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