My landlord knew there were bed bugs going around the motel and failed to notify us. I was being eaten alive by them. She told us it would be a 3 1/2 hour process and we would be fine. Then when I was at work I got a phone call saying i wasn’t allowed in my room for 2 days! And I had everything in my room. My lap top, my tooth brush, my phone charger. Then she couldn’t even promise me and my boyfriend another room to stay in but our clothes could stay in another room? Then when we finally get back in our room they told us we have to wash and bag everything again and find some where to stay next week because they have to come back and do it again. What do I do?!
Our law firm currently is representing a client with a Massachusetts bed bug case. I recommend you consult with Massachusetts counsel. If the landlord knew there were bed bugs in the motel you are living in and failed to take timely, appropriate steps to try to remedy the situation, you may have a case and be able to recover damages.
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