Long Island Bed Bugs Injury Lawyer

Bed Bug

Bed bugs are more than just irritating little critters. They can do some serious damage to your property and your health. Unfortunately, they’re all too common on Long Island. They’ve made a comeback in recent years, causing serious issues for residents and guests, alike.

Has your Long Island apartment been overtaken by bed bugs? Was your Long Island hotel infested with bed bugs? Have you or a loved one suffered injuries because you’ve been bitten by bed bugs? If so, you may be entitled to compensation. Landlords and property owners have a responsibility to provide clean, habitable premises. If they don’t, you might be able to hold them accountable for your bed bug injuries.

Contact the experienced legal team at Mirman, Markovits & Landau, P.C. to learn about your legal rights and options. We’ve been a trusted resource for bed bug injury victims on Long Island for more than 40 years. We know how devastating bed bug injuries can be. That’s why we go above and beyond for our clients. Our tenacity pays off – we’ve secured more than $1 Billion in settlements and verdicts. If you’ve been injured because someone else was negligent, we’re here to fight for you, too.

Your first consultation is free, so do not hesitate to call our Long Island law office today to schedule yours and learn more. We’re always available to take your call – day or night – 365 days a year.

Why Should I Call a Long Island Bed Bug Attorney?

The presence of bed bugs can make your skin crawl. In truth, few things are more aggravating than a bed bug infestation. Injuries can leave you struggling with painful, debilitating injuries. You might have to seek medical care and be forced to miss time at work. To make things worse, you may have to relocate temporarily while your home is fumigated by a pest control company. The costs of your bed bug infestation can add up quickly. 

If someone else is responsible for your bed bug injuries, you may have the right to file a lawsuit to recover compensation. However, you’ve got enough on your plate right now without the added time and stress of a lawsuit or injury claim. Hiring an attorney can give you time to focus on yourself and getting better. It can also put you in the best position to get maximum compensation.

You should call the experienced personal injury lawyers at Mirman, Markovits & Landau, P.C. for help with your Long Island bed bug lawsuit because:

  • Property owners, landlords, and/or insurance companies will fight you every step of the way and make it really tough to get the money you deserve. We’ll stand up to them on your behalf and fight to hold them accountable for your injuries.
  • Multiple parties may be responsible (and liable) for your bed bug injuries. We’ll conduct a thorough investigation, gather evidence, and work hard to identify everyone who may share fault.
  • It can be hard to know what your bed bug injury case is worth. Our attorneys can work with leading injury experts to make sure that your case is valued properly so you can demand every dollar you deserve.

Our goal is to help you secure meaningful compensation for your Long Island bed bug injuries. When you call us for help, you can benefit from our more than 200 combined years of experience. All you have to do is reach out and request your free consultation today.

We’ll Fight to Get Money For All of Your Bed Bug Injuries

Bed bugs are small pests that survive on the blood of animals. When a bed bug feeds, it burrows into the skin to find a blood vessel. Humans, in particular, seem to be their favorite hosts. They’re drawn to the carbon dioxide and heat emitted from our bodies. That’s why places like the bed and couch are prone to bed bug infestations. 

Bed bugs can cause a lot of damage. The extent of your injuries will likely depend on the extent of the infestation and how sensitive you are to bed bug bites. Common bed bug injuries include:

  • Cuts and abrasions
  • Skin rash
  • Allergies
  • Tissue damage
  • Anemia
  • Infections, and
  • Disfigurement.

The trauma of a bed bug infestation and resulting injuries can also lead to significant emotional distress and suffering. Many bed bug victims report developing disrupted sleep habits and phobias after suffering a bed bug injury.

Bed bugs have also been known to cause a lot of damage to property, including furniture, mattresses, curtains, bedding, and clothes. 

At Mirman, Markovits & Landau, P.C., we’re here to help you fight to get money for all of your bed bug injuries. Give us a call or reach out to us online to discuss your case today.

What Compensation Can I Get If I’ve Suffered a Bed Bug Injury on Long Island?

If you’ve suffered a bed bug injury and someone else is at least partly responsible, you may be entitled to financial compensation. The attorneys at Mirman, Markovits & Landau, P.C. will aggressively seek damages on your behalf, including money for:

  • Medical expenses and bills
  • Pain and suffering
  • Emotional distress
  • Property damage
  • Lost wages and income
  • Disability
  • Disfigurement
  • Loss of enjoyment of life, and more.

Don’t underestimate what your Long Island bed bug injury lawsuit is worth. You also don’t want to let an insurance company handle that calculation.

 Since 1977, Mirman, Markovits & Landau, P.C. has worked hard to forge relationships with leading medical and injury experts in New York City. With their help, we can better understand your injuries and how they might affect your life. This information can allow us to determine what your case is likely worth. We’ll sit down to negotiate a settlement armed with persuasive expert-backed evidence. This comprehensive approach can help us secure meaningful compensation on your behalf.

Who’s Liable For My Long Island Bed Bug Injuries?

Bed bug infestations on Long Island tend to happen in apartment buildings and hotels. Generally speaking, these are high-traffic areas where a lot of people come and go frequently. Since bed bugs will hitch a ride on almost anything, this makes these places more susceptible to infestations.

Landlords and property owners are responsible for making sure that those infestations don’t happen. You’re entitled to clean, sanitary, habitable living conditions. This is known as an Implied Warranty of Habitability. If a landlord or hotel property owner has actual or constructive knowledge of a bed bug infestation, they have an obligation to do something about it. They have to take steps to fix the situation, remove the bed bugs, and keep you safe. 

When infestations do happen, this could mean that landlords or owners were negligent in carrying out their responsibilities. When that happens, these parties can be on the hook for resulting damages.

How Long Do I Have to File a Long Island Bed Bug Injury Claim?

You might not realize that you have bed bugs right away. Or, it might take a while to realize that your irritated skin and allergies were caused by bed bugs. When you do realize that you’ve suffered a bed bug injury, it’s important to assert your right to demand compensation quickly. Why? In New York, you’ll have a limited amount of time to file a personal injury lawsuit.

Generally speaking, the statute of limitations for bed bug injury lawsuits is three years from the date of injury. You may have more or less time, depending on the specific circumstances of your case. However, wait too long and you risk losing out on valuable compensation.

Protect your right to get the money you deserve by contacting Mirman, Markovits & Landau, P.C. for help as soon as you discover a bed bug injury. We can get started on your case as soon as you call us for help.

Call our Long Island Bed Bug Lawyers For Help Today

Have you experienced injuries because of a bed bug infestation on Long Island? Did you get hurt because someone else was negligent? If so, you may have the right to seek compensation. The experienced Long Island personal injury lawyers at Mirman, Markovits & Landau, P.C. can help. Contact our Long Island law firm today to find out how we can help you fight to recover the money you need and deserve.

We offer a free consultation, so do not hesitate to reach out to us online or by phone to schedule yours today.