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Bed Bugs in Used and Infested Mattresses

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Used mattresses are big business in the United States. Whether the mattress being sold is new or used, the merchant has a duty to provide a mattress that is free of bed bug infestation. A merchant selling a used mattress must disclose that it is used. What many people do not know is that the used mattresses that are supplied to the stores for sale are often salvaged straight out of dumpsters and sold to the store for $10 or less per mattress. A new cover is sewn on onto the mattress, covering up blood stains, urine stains, and other bodily fluids, as well as bed bug infestations.

mattress truck 1By the time the unsuspecting customer brings the used mattress into their home and realizes there is a problem, often times the infestation has spread to their entire home. The purchaser also risks contracting any disease from any germs that are on the used mattress.

Even if the mattress that was purchased was not infested with bed bugs, if the purchaser was deceived into thinking they bought a new mattress, and the mattress was used, they are entitled to compensation for their damages.

Call us now at (410) 583-8000 to discuss your potential case, or email us using our Quick Connect Form.

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An attorney-client relationship is created only once a representation agreement is signed. Prior results are not a guarantee of future results, and all cases are different. This website does not provide legal advice. Whitney, LLP provides nationwide representation to hotel guests bitten by bed bugs in hotels across the United States. Over 40 hotel brands with over 10,000 hotels are headquartered in Maryland where we are located. When a guest stays at one of these 10,000+ hotels across the United States and is bitten, we can help.

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