Facing Down Bedbugs in Southern California

a woman with her hand up being lazy in bed not wanting to get up.
a woman with her hand up to being lazy in bed not wanting to get up.

Ew! Bedbugs are making a comeback across the country. These relics of the age before the 1950s have been reintroduced into the United States and are especially wreaking havoc in Southern California. These creatures are known to spread disease and bite people while they are sleeping. Transmitted quietly through linens and clothes, these bugs are not welcome guests in any house or apartment.

So what are you going to do about it?

Faced with a severe case of the bed bugs? It’s a tough situation, and hopefully, you never have to face it. However, if you have an invasion of these critters, you need to take quick action. First, see a doctor about those welts on your arms, legs, and torso caused by the pests. You also need to get rid of any of the infected bedding or clothes.

But this can be a very difficult, expensive, and time-consuming process. Done? Well, you need to talk to your landlord or property manager to inform them of this problem. Their negligence could have caused this to happen– mark down details of what, when, and how you speak to them and their response.

The Ehline Law Firm has carved out a sterling reputation taking on issues like this. A Southern California resident himself, lead attorney Michael Ehline understands the issues facing Angelinos or other locals. He has successfully litigated similar claims for hundreds of clients, winning millions in restitution. He will fight to make sure that the clients of such an issue are taken care of and that it will never be a problem again.

And will successfully hold those responsible that due to their negligence or recklessness caused this problem to begin with. He will fight both in and out of court to get the evidence and build the case that is most likely to be successful for you. Fight the good fight along with Michael Ehline. Clean up California one house, apartment building, or hotel at a time.

Other Sources:

Bed Bug Management – UC Davis: http://www.ipm.ucdavis.edu/PMG/PESTNOTES/pn7454.html

Overapplication of pesticides in bed bug treatment led to kidney injury:http://bedbugger.com/2013/06/25/overapplication-of-pesticides-in-bed-bug-treatment-leads-to-kidney-injury/

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