Fires in the United States kill or injure over 30,000 people each year.
Fires in the United States cause an estimated $8,000,000,000 in property damage each year.
Wildfires burned 5,100,00 acres in the United States as of August, 2007. That's almost 8,000 square miles! On August 17, 2007, over 1,000,000 acres of our country was on fire in California alone and over 1,150 homes were destroyed, in addition to many other structures, businesses, personal property and many acres of land.
Some fires are caused by nature, for instance by lightning, but if your fire is human caused, you may be able to recover money damages to compensate you for your losses. If you have been injured by a human-caused fire, or have lost real or personal property to a human-caused fire, let us help you recover money damages.
We can also help you make sure that your insurance company is treating you fairly, and paying you the benefits to which you are legally entitled.