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Texas Accidental Fire Lawyer Handles Texas Accidental Fire, Smoke Inhalation, and Burn Claims by Texas Accidental Fire Lawyer Jason S. Coomer

Accidental fires are one of the most destructive events that can occur in your life.  Suffering serious burns or smoke inhalation can cause extremely painful and life threatening health problems.  If you are lucky enough to escape the fire with your health, losing your home and possessions to fire, smoke, and water damage can cause extremely severe problems including financial devastation.

If you or a loved one have suffered severe burns or smoke inhalation or have lost your home and property from a fire and have questions about seeking compensation on a fire claim, feel free to submit an inquiry for a Free Online Evaluation of your potential fire claim by an Austin Texas fire lawyer or send an E-mail to Texas Fire Lawyer Jason Coomer for a free online case review.

The Destruction Accidental Fire Causes Each Year

In the United States alone, each year fire causes the death of approximately 4,300 people (more than all natural disasters combined) and seriously injures another almost 30,000. In addition to the serious burns, fatalities, respiratory problems, and other bodily injuries caused by fire, it is estimated that fire destroys  over $8,000,000,000 (eight billion dollars) in property damage each year.

Though fires occur in nature, many more accidental fires are caused by human error and negligence.  Negligence not only causes accidental fires, it can cause fire to spread more rapidly. From direct actions such as arson to more indirect actions such as faulty wiring, defective appliances, negligent storage, faulty construction, negligent maintenance, and lack of fire detection devices and/or prevention equipment, careless and negligent action cause far too many fires that wrongfully kill people, severely injure others, and destroy property.  Residential fires and home fires (apartment fire, duplex fire, and house fire) can be especially devastating as they can cause serious injury or death as well as destroy a life time worth of possessions.

If you believe you have suffered damages because of an accidental fire and the fire was caused by the negligent or intentional actions of another, it is important to obtain fire safety reports from the local fire and police departments regarding the cause of the fire as well as speak with someone that is able to investigate the fire with you.

The Law Offices of Jason S. Coomer, P.L.L.C. helps individuals and businesses that have suffered severe burns, smoke inhalation, and other personal injuries as well as property loss to a fire, smoke, and water.  If your home, business, or property has been damaged do to fire.  Texas fire lawyer, Jason Coomer may be able to assist you.

If you need Texas fire lawyer to represent you with a fire damage claim, contact Texas Fire lawyer Jason Coomer.

Texas Fire Lawyer Jason Coomer commonly works with other lawyers throughout Texas including Houston Fire Lawyers, San Antonio Fire Lawyers, Dallas Fire Lawyers, and other Austin Serious Burn Lawyers.  By sharing information and working together, his law firm and other firms throughout Texas are able to provide better representation for their clients that have suffered severe injuries or the loss of their homes and possessions.  Whether it is a house fire, business fire, apartment fire, duplex fire, dorm firm, or condo fire, it is important to have an experienced Texas fire lawyer review your potential claim.

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Texas Lawyer Jason Coomer

Texas Lawyer, Jason S. Coomer, has extensive experience in practicing law and handles legal matters in a variety of practice areas. These practice areas include the following: