La Quinta Hotel Bed Bugs

La Quinta Inns & Suites has establishments all over North America.

Including:

  • United States
  • Canada
  • Mexico
  • Honduras.

Their long experience in the hotel industry, affordable prices, and high-quality services have placed La Quinta at the top of the list of hotels travelers want to stay in.

While La Quinta Inns & Suites holds a remarkable reputation and has pleased over 10 million guests over the past decades, this hotel chain might have it’s problems.

Falling victim to a bed bug infestation is truly an unpleasant experience.

And unfortunately

La Quinta hotels may have had instances of bed bugs in the past.

Luckily…

As a traveler and hotel guest:

There are ways to protect yourself from bed bug infestations that include properly inspecting your hotel room.

Check for Bed Bugs in La Quinta Hotels

Follow these instructions to properly inspect your hotel room before you spend the night. 

Step 1:

Double Check Your Room Before You Settle In.

The reputable La Quinta name doesn’t mean that their rooms are immune to bed bug infestations.

You should make sure that there are no bugs before you settle in.

Check the following places for bed bugs in your hotel room:

  • mattress and bedding
  • around the box spring
  • under or behind furniture

Step 2:

Look for Evidence of Bed Bugs.

Bed bugs are not invisible creatures and you can see adult bed bugs with the naked eye.

Once you enter the room, you should start looking for evidence of a bed bug infestation.

Such as:

black ink-dot or red-colored looking spots on the bedding and other surfaces in the room.

These marks are telltale signs of a a current infestation.

If you woke up in your hotel room with bites on your body…

You should confirm whether those bites are from bed bugs before you take serious action.

Click here for everything you need to know about what bed bug bites look like.

Step 3: Notify Management as Soon as You Find Bugs

If you find any evidence of an infestation, make sure to document it by taking pictures before you report it to hotel management or staff.

It is important to photograph bed bugs, along with their nests, shell casings, and fecal stains as well.

If they offer you another room, ask them to take you to the uninfected section of the hotel.

We advise checking out and finding a room in a different hotel.

You should then talk to a lawyer to discuss your options.

La Quinta Bed Bug Policy

No federal bed bug policies exist, but there are certain states that will enforce regulation upon La Quinta hotels.

Hotel managers and property owners do have an obligation to promote your safety as a hotel guest.

This involves proper measures to prevent and address bed bug infestations consistently.

If you do experience an infestation, you may want to contact your local health department along with reporting to hotel management.

Properties that Could Have Bed Bugs

  • La Quinta Anaheim
  • La Quinta Lynnwood
  • La Quinta Fargo
  • La Quinta Secaucus
  • La Quinta Merrillville

 

Should You File a Claim?

If you want to make a claim for encountering and suffering from bites of bed bugs at La Quinta hotels you will have to provide:

  • Proof – You will have to base your claim on the proof that the hotel staff was negligent and that the bed bug infestation followed as a result of this negligence.
  • Photographs – Take photos of the bed bugs as soon as you discover them.
  • Documentation – Make sure to write down names of any staff you speak with at the hotel, dates and time stamps for the day when you encountered bed bugs, medical care you received, lost wages, how many days you had to take off from work, and other aspects of your injury.

Connect with a Bed Bug Attorney

As you can see, proving negligence is quite a challenging task…

But it is essential if you want to make a successful claim.

This is why you should have your case assessed by a bed bug attorney.

Click here for more information on the average value of a bed bug lawsuit.

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