Hotel Pennsylvania Settles Bedbug Suits for Nearly $100,000 | The New York Observer

by nobugsonme on November 15, 2007 · 3 comments

in bed bugs, bed bugs in hotels, legal aspects of bed bugs, new york, new york city, usa

The New York Observer reports that the Hotel Pennsylvania has settled its bed bug lawsuit out of court.

Vornado-owned Hotel Pennsylvania has agreed to pay nearly $100,000, court records show, to a group of six tourists who claimed to have been bitten by bedbugs while staying at the old Seventh Avenue lodge.

You can read the rest here: Hotel Pennsylvania Settles Bedbug Suits for Nearly $100,000 | The New York Observer

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1 Vectorguard April 15, 2008 at 9:22 am

WOW here we go! I talked to Aaron Rents furniture company and they said they have a pest control company that treats the furniture and heats the mattresses but wait? why are they being sued for $250,000.00 ?

2 nobugsonme April 15, 2008 at 3:05 pm

Vectorguard, did you mean to leave this on another post? This post is about the Hotel Pennsylvania. Search on Aaron Rents in the search box and maybe you will find the relevant article.

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