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Losing one's home in a fire is a devastating ordeal. Victims of house fires usually turn to their homeowner's insurance policy to recover the value of the house. Unfortunately, insurance companies know that house fire victims are at a vulnerable point in their lives. After a fire, most insurance companies will hire investigators and adjusters to determine the cause and origin of the fire. Sometimes an insurer will low-ball the victims of the fire or outright deny the claims.
The truth is, most electrical fires are preventable and usually due to someone's negligence. If you suspect that someone's negligence either caused or failed to prevent a fire or explosion, you may have a claim against them.
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On November 4, 2021, we filed suit following the tragedy at the Ponderosa Pet Resort in Georgetown, Texas. We alleged on behalf of the pet owners that the kennel owner was grossly negligent and misled its customers about the level of safety and fire-preparedness of the facility. Read more about it here.
Fires are seldom purely accidental. After a fire or explosion event, it's important to act fast to gather information and evidence about the origin and cause of the fire. Unfortunately, evidence related to the cause/origin of a fire can easily be destroyed, lost, or altered. Often, the insurance company does not act fast enough to conduct a thorough investigation regarding the fire insurance loss. The Ardalan Law Firm can hire expert fire investigators to secure and document the scene of a fire.
Fires and explosions in homes are unfortunately very common. While not every situation requires the filing of a claim, we handle the fires and explosions that cause significant losses or severe injuries such as burns or loss of life. Our firm handles the insurance claim process and if necessary litigation and appeals.
We also handle burn injuries whether caused by fires or caustic chemicals. In a burn injury case, it's important to get emergency medical treatment as soon as possible. Contact us or give us a call at (512) 931-4911 to discuss your case.
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Mail: 1211 W. 6th Street, Suite 600-122
Austin, Texas 78703
PHONE: (512) 931-4911
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