If you live in a state whose vegetation is prone to wildfires, such as California or Arizona, you are at high risk of experiencing losses and injuries if the fire reaches your home. Still, in this unfortunate event, it is essential to know that you might be entitled to financial compensation from your insurance company and, if applicable, from the entity responsible for the wildfire. The victims of wildfires can be homeowners, renters, business owners, as well as people and entities whose lives were destroyed by the damage. To become eligible to file a wildfire claim, one or more of the following must have been impacted by the fire:
Finally, you should know that you can recover compensation only for the damages your insurance does not cover. The majority of insurance companies do not cover vegetation outside of your property, compensation for the distress caused by the fire, and natural vegetation. Therefore, it is best to consult with a legal expert if a wildfire has damaged your health or your home, as the law may cover more than your insurance. With over 35 years of experience in evaluating personal injury claims, our expert team can help you determine whether you are eligible to file a wildfire claim.
Our team of professionals has the necessary experience, resources, skills, and knowledge to provide you with the assistance you need if a wildfire damaged your home or injured you. We will carefully and thoroughly assess your case to help you find out whether you are entitled to financial compensation. If we deem you eligible, we will promptly direct you toward a reputable, top-notch attorney to have your wildfire claim filed as soon as possible.