Yes, if you suffer injury or harm after being attacked and bitten by bed bugs you do have legal rights may be able to file a lawsuit. Depending on how and where the bug bites occurred will determine if you can file a lawsuit and who you can sue.
However, no matter where the incident happened, it is found that the property owner, manager, or landlord was negligent in routinely inspecting for bed infestations and taking all necessary steps to exterminate bed bugs from their property, and as a result you suffered injury or harm from bed bugs a lawsuit can be filed.
In addition, victims may have private causes of action (i.e. right to sue) if they suffer harm from bed bugs; for example, if they are sold infested mattresses or other goods, or the landlord or property owner is aware of the infestation problem, yet fails to notify you or address the problem.
Compensation for Michigan bed bug claims can include money damages for all medical costs, pain and suffering, emotional distress, property damage and more.
If you or someone you know suffers injuries from bed bugs in Michigan, call our top rated personal injury attorneys immediately to discuss your case. There are strict statue of limitations for filing a lawsuit so it is important that you do not wait to consult with one of our award winning lawyers. Call today at (800) 606-1717 for your Free, No Obligation Case Review and learn your legal rights! You may entitle to significant compensation for your damages.