Idaho Bed Bugs

Situated in the Pacific Northwest, Idaho has a lot of land but not many people. Only 1.8 million people live here, in a state that covers 83,570 square miles.

Idaho is best known for its potatoes, which are the state’s biggest agricultural export. In fact, Idaho exports ⅓ of all potatoes grown in the United States. Its other chief export is wheat, with technological components becoming a more recent commodity produced here.

Given its location, Idaho shares tourist attractions with its neighboring states. Many national parks and trails, including Yellowstone, occupy some part of Idaho’s territory.

But where there’s tourists…

There’s bound to be bed bugs.

Idaho Bed Bug Lawyer

If you or a loved one were affected by bed bug infestations in a hotel, apartment or other residence, you may be entitled to financial compensation.

Property owners can be held liable for both monetary and non-monetary damages caused by bed bugs.

These include:

  • Damages related to loss of wages and medical bills
  • Loss of furniture or personal property
  • Damages stemming from fear or anxiety caused by bed bugs

Please contact us at (855) 733-9217 or submit your case here. We will put you in contact with a personal injury lawyer who will guide you through the necessary proceedings.

The consultation is FREE, and there are absolutely NO FEES unless your case is won.

Idaho Bed Bug Laws

Throughout the United States, landlord-tenant agreements are enforced to hold property owners accountable for maintaining their properties, including removing pest infestations.

Idaho abides by the standard set of ordinances enforced throughout the nation.

If a tenant discovers signs of bed bugs, they must immediately report them to the landlord. The landlord must then take action to remove them, in order to maintain a habitable living space.

Property owners can be fined if they allow bed bugs to settle in and continue infesting their property. Tenants can also withhold paying their rent until the bugs are gone. However, if a tenant is found guilty of being the source of the bed bugs, then they have to cover the cost of extermination.

Can You Sue For Bed Bugs in Idaho?

You have every right to sue for bed bugs if you can prove that a landlord’s negligence is responsible for damages. It’s their duty to maintain your living space, and allowing bed bugs to persist is a dereliction of that duty.

That’s why we’re here to help you.

Give us a call at (855) 733-9217, or share the details of your case on our website. We will connect you with an attorney who will fight for your right for financial reimbursement.

Again, the consultation is free and you won’t pay any charges unless your case is won.