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Fires

Dangerous Conditions Can Lead to Deadly Fires

With a nationally recognized personal injury and premises liability legal team, Lowe Eklund Wakefield Co., LPA helps victims and families who suffer injury, wrongful death, or property damage as the result of negligence-related fires.  Contact our Ohio injury attorneys now to discuss your legal rights and claims if you or your family member suffered injury in a fire, including:

  • Fires on Public or Private Property
  • Fires Caused by Negligent Landlords or Rental Property Maintenance
  • Fires in a Hospital or Nursing Home
  • Fires at Hotels, Concert Venues, and Other Events
  • Lack of Smoke Detectors or Negligently Maintained Smoke Detectors
  • Fire Code Violations
  • Injuries Sustained Fleeing from a Fire
  • Electrical, Cigarette, or Other Negligence-Caused Fires

According to the latest statistics from the U.S. Fire Administration, Ohio has the 6th highest incidence of fire deaths in the country.  When the negligence of a property owner or manager causes fire injuries or death, you and your family have a right to seek justice.  Call us now and let us fight for you.

Fire Injuries and Wrongful Deaths

Unexpected or uncontrolled fires can devastate a family in mere moments.  Whether in the home or on vacation, while you sleep or while you are awake, a fire creates an emergency situation in which life and limb are at risk.  Fires pose obvious, immediate hazards, but fires cause many injuries aside from burns.

Those exposed to fires may suffer many types of injuries, including:

  • Suffocation
  • Burns (First, Second, Third, or Fourth Degree)
  • Brain Injuries from Smoke Inhalation
  • Falls and Broken Bones
  • Lacerations, Cuts, or Puncture Injuries

When a fire strikes, injuries can occur both as a consequence of the fire and as the result of attempting to flee.  Those responsible for negligently causing or contributing to the creation of a fire may be found liable for both immediate injuries and wrongful death as well as for damages suffered while fleeing.

If you or a loved one suffered injury or wrongful death as the result of a fire, you may be entitled to compensation for your loss.  Call or email our fire injury attorneys now for a free consultation regarding your rights and claims.