Investigators from the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives have determined that the cause of a five alarm fire that broke out at a Gilbert apartment complex was the result of an accident.
Federal officials say that it was a torch that had been used by workers at the complex that is still under construction was the only known heat source at the scene of the fire.
Officials indicate that more than 100 firefighters responded to the fire at the complex on Saturday. The heat from the fire was intense enough to have damaged nearby streets and neighborhoods before it was brought under control.
The aftermath of a house or apartment fire can be devastating. It’s fortunate that there were no residents in the complex when the destructive fire broke out. However, those in the vicinity may still need to find another place to live while their homes are repaired.
Insurance companies are quick to want to settle claims as quickly as possible. It’s extremely important to have an attorney looking out after your best interests before you sign any statement or accept any form of settlement.
If you or your loved ones have suffered as the result of a fire, give attorney Warnock MacKinlay Law a call. Nate focuses his legal practice helping his clients with regard to personal injury and accident cases and to make certain to make sure that they get every dollar they deserve after the accident. Nate can also ensure that insurance and other matters surrounding your accident case are handled with your best interests in mind.
When you call our office, Nate will discuss the details of your personal injury or accident case with you. From there, he can outline several options or courses of action to take that can help you receive compensation and see that justice is served.
Call Nate today and find out how he can help. Contact us today to set up a free initial consultation and legal analysis by calling 602-600-6427.