Motel 6 Bed Bug Attorney

The Motel 6 is a hospitality company in the United States and Canada with a chain of budget friendly motels. These motels were founded in Santa Barbara, California in 1962 by two local building contractors.

The idea was to build motels with rooms at low cost rates. Back then these rooms were as low as $6.00 per night (equivalent to $50.00 in present day).

These motels have been a favorite in the budget hotel space in North America for close to half a century. With around 1000 locations in North America (company owned and franchised), these motels pride themselves on providing clean comfortable rooms with an emphasis on convenience.

Unfortunately, with such a high degree of customer churn, these motels become a hot bed for bed bug infestations.

Bed Bug Cases in Motel 6

Our team of specialists has been able to help numerous clients obtain compensation for injuries sustained from bed bugs in this Texas-based chain.

 

Our team of experienced motel and hotel bed bug specialists are here to help get fair compensation for those that are unfortunate enough to fall victim to the growing bed bug epidemic. Victims of motel bed bug infestations can obtain compensation for both monetary and non-monetary damages including:

  • Physical Harm and Suffering
  • Emotion or Mental Pain
  • Expensive Medical Bills
  • Lost Wages (during and as a result of the incident).
  • Property Damage (clothing, luggage, baggage, furniture, bedding, etc..)
  • Bed Bug Extermination Costs
  • Your Stay at the Hotel

Details about Bed Bugs

Bed Bugs are about the size of an apple seed and tend to crawl in cracks and crevices – These creatures have been feeding on human blood for centuries.

For the most part they don’t transmit diseases or cause serious medical risks, but they are stubborn parasites that cause skin irritation and ugly looking bites.

There are situations where these bugs can cause disease or serious injury. There are close to 200 recorded diseases that were caused by bed bugs and in some cases can cause serious allergic reactions.

If you are a victim of bed bugs and are noticing symptoms of serious degree make sure to locate your nearest medical facility immediately.

How to Identify Bed Bug Bites at a Motel 6?

Bed bugs don’t always leave marks, and the best way to see if there’s an infestation are to see their small rounded bodies yourself.

Unfortunately, once bed bugs have taken residence in a room that you’re staying they are very difficult to remove.

Bed bugs typically feast on their hosts while they’re asleep, making it difficult to catch them in the act.

Victims are often awoken by a serious itching sensation and will need to inspect their surroundings accordingly to learn of an infestation. Common areas where bed bugs are found can be:

  • In between the bed spread or under the mattress
  • Behind wall hangings
  • On walls or base boards
  • In dark spaces under or behind furniture
  • In curtains, clothes or your baggage

Where did Bed Bugs come from?

A few decades ago, bed bugs were somewhat of a novelty in developed countries, however since the early 2000s, infestations have become more and more prevalent. In motels around the United States, Canada, United Kingdom, and Europe.

According to the CDC, bed bugs have evolved to resist many insecticides making infestations extremely difficult to get rid of.

These creatures don’t have wings and cannot fly. Their narrow body allows them to live for months without food which makes them expert hitchhikers. They tend to squat in bags or luggage and may take shelter in box springs or furniture.

The bread of insects that feed on people can crawl more than 100 feet at night, but typically stay close to within 8 feet of the spot the human hosts are asleep.

 Do I have a Case for my Motel 6 Bed Bug Bites?

The easiest way to decide whether you have a case is to contact our bed bug specialists to inquire about a licensed and professional lawyer.

When you consult with experienced bed bug lawyers who are personally chosen to handle your claim, they’ll assess whether you have a vaild case to receiving the compensation you deserve.

To Maximize your changes of receiving compensation it’s important that you make sure you have reliable proof that the infestation occurred. This proof can be any or all of the following:

  • Photos or Videos of the infestation
  • Photos or Videos of the bites
  • Documentation of a formal complaint submitted to hotel management
  • Hospital records for injuries sustained
  • Captured bed bug to use as evidence

We’ll make sure you have the right attorneys review the evidence gathered to determine whether you have a viable case. They can work with you to grab compensation if possible. Get in touch and discuss your case with one of our bed bug specialists today!

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