Accidents caused by fire can result in serious injury and damage to personal property. Fire hazards are not always obvious in and around the home, so accidents involving fire are often unexpected and sudden. These accidents can occur from faulty wiring, defective products, discarded cigarettes left on flammable materials, and smoke detectors that fail to activate. Car fires can trap victims inside a vehicle. A major concern for anyone involved in a fire accident is the damage smoke inhalation can cause to the lungs. Liss & Marion can help you to determine if the injuries and losses you’ve suffered are recoverable. Contact our offices for your free consultation right away.
In 2016, there were 1,342,000 fires reported in the United States, causing 3,390 civilian deaths and 14,650 injuries.
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