The old saying, “Don’t let the bedbug bite,” was once believed to be an urban myth our parents would tell us before bed. But now, bedbugs do bite and can have devastating consequences. And while accidents do happen, being bit by a bedbug should not be one.

In the last decade or so, there has been an influx of bedbugs creeping into our society. They have been found at local and international hotel chains, individual homes, apartment complexes, and furniture rental outlets.

What To Do If I’ve Been Bitten

If you suspect that you’ve been bitten, take a photograph of the bug or bugs. You should also capture the bug, if possible, by putting it in a plastic bag. Next, contact either the hotel manager, furniture store, or rental office as soon as possible. You should also seek medical attention and follow the doctor’s instructions. After this, contact THG for a free consultation and assessment of your case.

How To Safeguard My Home and Belongings

Contrary to popular belief, sprays along may not work in riding your home, furnishings, and belongings of bedbugs. The proper treatment depends on several factors including: the size of your home, neighbors, the extent of the infestation, and taking specific precautions to safeguard personal effects.

For a free evaluation of your bedbug case and injuries, contact our office today!

Bedbug Litigation Cases We Handle

Bedbug Litigation Cases We Handle
  • Hotels/Motels
  • Apartment Complexes/Rental Homes
  • Rental Furniture Stores
  • Cruise Ships


If you suspect you’ve have been bitten by bedbugs, document your efforts to notify the responsible person or persons and minimize injury, get medical treatment and follow all recommendations, maintain a journal of your experiences, and contact our office.