A mother and her two children suffered burn injuries Friday in a North Charleston apartment fire. A neighbor risked personal injury to save one child from possible death while the mother was forced to throw her other child out the window to another good samaritan below. The mother has since been released from the Augusta Burn Center, but the two children remain hospitalized.
Firefighters extinguished the blaze at Noisette Creek Apartments, located at 1005 Buist Avenue, just after 1 p.m. Thirteen residents in all were affected by the fire. The heroism should be applauded, but question still remain unanswered. How did the fire start? How will those affect recover from their injuries and or financial losses?
If you were injured in an apartment fire, contact the Charleston lawyers at the Clore Law Group now. They have other seek damages from injuries and property damages resulting from negligent fires.
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If you’ve been injured or had property damaged in an apartment fire, you may be due financial compensation. One report states 17,520 people are injured burned, or disfigured in house fires every year, so that’s 2 people every hour. Additionally, fires causes $8,760,000,000 in property damage every year. Apartment fires like this one can be the fault of other residents or poor maintenance of behalf of the property owner or management. You should not bear the financial burden left by an apartment fire.
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Understand who can be held liable for an apartment fire can be complicated. You can rest assured when the experience of the Clore Law Group is on your side. If you were hurt, had property damage or lost a loved one in an apartment fire, call the Charleston apartment fire attorneys now at 800-610-2564.