Check under 'Health and Safety' and 'If you have Problems' at https://www.oag.state.tx.us/consumer/tenants.shtml
In most states the LL is absolutely responsible to take action to exterminate bed bugs and to pay for it unless LL can show that a particular tenant introduced the BB to the property.
Additionally, you can take notify housing code enforcement--they can cite the LL for failing to take action.
Give a TX landlord tenant attorney a call--some offer free consultations--and discuss your situation and/or see if you qualify for free legal aid (Google 'Texas Legal Aid') call a couple organizations and discuss your scenario.
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The landlord is responsible. If you have sustained bed bug bites, you should retain a bed bugs lawyer by googling "bed bugs lawyer"....here, I did it for you... www.Bed-Bugs-Lawyer.com
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