I rented from Aaron’s and have had bed bugs since they rented me this bedroom set about 5 weeks now they told me it’s my own problem and refuse to do anything and I even spoke to their corporate manager even worse response from him
You should look at the paperwork and see if there is any provision that would prevent a claim or lawsuit, but I would think you can sue Aaron’s.
What you can sue them for would depend on what your damages are. If you’ve had medical appointments due to bed bugs, that would be part of your damages along with any personal injuries sustained and also the cost to clean your apartment or the furniture.
First, I did not know that you could buy used bedroom furniture from Aarons. Are you sure it was used? Second, you would have a great deal of difficulty proving where the bed-bugs came from. How do you plan to prove the source of infestation. Finally, even if you can prove the source, calculating your damages will either be difficult or not amount to all that much. I don’t give this case a good outlook but I wish you good luck and a bedbug free 2020.
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