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No one should live in a pest infested apartment.
If you are living under these conditions and your landlord refuses to take care of it, you may be entitled to compensation for the health risk to which you and your family are being exposed.
Contact us today to learn more about your case.
What are pests and why should you worry?
Have you ever walked into the kitchen, turned on the light, and noticed that a bunch of small animals ran over? If this sounds familiar, you might have a pest infestation problem on your hands.
Pests are organisms that are not only a nuisance, but have the ability to spread diseases to you and your family and can even cause damage to your home and belongings. The most common pests include cockroaches, termites, ants, bedbugs, and rodents.
The steps you need to take.
According to California law, if you find pests in your rental unit, you must notify the landlord. It is the landlord’s responsibility to make the necessary arrangements to solve their pest problems.
What to do if your landlord refuses to take responsibility for pests
If your landlord refuses to deal with pests in your rental unit, contact Castelblanco Law Group, APLC immediately. As a renter in California, you have rights, and one of them gives you the right to live pest-free no matter how they got to your unit.
When you call Castelblanco Law Group, APLC, you will have tenant law experts working on your case from start to finish. We work hard to get you the compensation you deserve.
Don’t spend another day living with pests in your rental unit!
Call Castelblanco Law Group, APLC today!