Recovering Damages After A Fire
Fires can be extremely catastrophic, resulting in significant property damage, injury and death. When a fire is caused by the negligence of a property owner in an apartment building, hotel, office or other property, victims may have legal recourse.
Not all attorneys have the skills and experience necessary to successfully handle a fire accident case. The attorneys at Duffield, Lovejoy & Boggs, Attorneys at Law, have more than 70 years of combined legal experience. We can help you seek maximum compensation for your injuries, medical expenses and losses if your accident was caused by a negligent party. We will ask the following questions in building your case:
- What caused the fire?
- Was negligence a contributing factor?
- Could the fire have been prevented if certain safety precautions were in place?
We frequently work with fire experts to investigate these cases and to assess the liability, and other experts when necessary to determine damages.
When bad things happen to good people, we’re here to help.
If you have suffered significant burn injuries, we can help you get the medical treatment you need to provide for your specific medical needs. Many burn injury victims require plastic surgery if their burns are on their face, neck, arms or hands. Some individuals suffer from post-traumatic stress disorder following a fire, requiring psychological help. Our firm will help you seek help, no matter what your unique medical needs.
No recovery, no fee: We often represent clients on a contingency basis, meaning that you will pay no fees unless and until we are able to secure damages for your injuries.
Contact A Huntington, West Virginia, Fatal House Fire Attorneys
If you or someone close to you has been severely burned in a fire, or if you have lost a loved one in a fatal accident, contact a Huntington fire injury lawyer to learn about your legal options.
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