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Marshall Fire Claim Eligibility

On December 30, 2021, the Marshall Fire sparked in Boulder County, Colorado. While the cause of the wildfire is still under investigation, it is believed that the Marshall Fire started on the property of the religious sect known as Twelve Tribes. The fire was so powerful and destructive that it burned over 1,000 homes and 6,200 acres, blasting into Louisville and Town of Superior on hurricane-force winds. According to the Boulder County Assessor, the cost of the damages is estimated at $513 million.

Unfortunately, hundreds of families were left without a home, evacuated, or suffered major smoke injuries following the Marshall Fire, one of the most horrific natural disasters in U.S. history. For this reason, if you were a victim of this wildfire, we encourage you to get in touch with our expert team, as we can promptly evaluate your case to determine whether you are eligible to file a claim with your insurance company and with whoever is responsible for the Marshall Fire if someone will be found liable.

The Destruction Caused by the Marshall Fire

The Marshall Fire was so terrible that it also took with it several human lives, the first reported being 69-year-old musician Robert Sharpe, a resident of Boulder County, and one of the two persons deemed missing at the beginning of the investigation. The man was a musician who had played throughout Boulder for decades. However, the entire number of deaths is not exactly known at the moment. In addition to human lives, the Marshall Fire has also destroyed or severely damaged a series of businesses in the county, including:

  • At The Beach Tanning
  • Subway
  • Royalty Nails & Spa
  • Tesla
  • You You Massage
  • Amazon
  • Boulder Community Health
  • Costco
  • Hampton Inn
  • KeyBank
  • Office Evolution
  • Superior Liquor
  • Target
  • Youthbar Med Spa

A sliver of hope within these challenging and dark times for Boulder County community members who were impacted by the Marshall Fire is that they can visit the Disaster Assistance Center to access a wide range of services, including property loss and filing claims for assistance, financial and food assistance, mental health supports, transportation, and many more. Nevertheless, another essential action people whose health or properties were damaged by the wildfire can take is filing a claim with their insurance companies to receive compensation for what was not covered by their policy.

The Eligibility Criteria for Filing a Marshall Fire Claim

Anyone directly affected by the destruction brought about by the Marshall Fire is entitled to financial compensation from their insurer, as well as from the person or entity that caused the wildfire if this is the case. To become eligible to file a Marshall Fire claim, you must meet one of the following criteria:

  • you suffered injuries as a result of the Marshall Fire
  • your property was damaged by the Marshall Fire
  • one of your family members died because of the Marshall Fire

It is very important to remember that you can obtain financial compensation only for the damages your insurance does not cover. Most insurance companies do not cover vegetation that is outside of your property, compensation for the suffering created by the wildfire, and natural vegetation. Last but not least, you need to file your claim within the statute of limitations, so it is best to contact us as soon as possible to make sure you will not lose your right to compensation.

The Boulder County Areas that Have Been Severely Affected by the Marshall Fire

People who live in the following areas of Boulder County are most likely to have been affected by the Marshall Fire. On January 3, 2022, firefighters have finally contained the wildfire, ending the fire's spread at 6,026 acres, according to the Boulder Office of Emergency Management. Nevertheless, approximately 200 firefighters are still working to remove the heat in vegetation and that surrounding impacted structures in preparation for high winds. These are the areas of the county that have suffered the most in terms of damage and destruction:

City of Louisville

  • Arapahoe Circle
  • Arapahoe Court
  • August Drive
  • Cherrywood
  • Club Circle
  • Columbine Court
  • Crestview Court
  • Cypress Lane
  • Eldorado Lane
  • Enclave Circle
  • Fillmore Court
  • Flatirons Court
  • Hillside Lane
  • Honeysuckle Lane
  • Larkspur Court
  • Larkspur Lane
  • Meadow Court
  • Mt. Evans Court
  • Muirfield Circle
  • Muirfield Court
  • Owl Drive
  • Owl Lane
  • Pikes Peak Court
  • Pikes Peak Lane
  • Pine Court
  • Pinehurst Circle
  • Rock Rose Court
  • S. Tanager Court
  • S. Warbler Court
  • Sky View Court
  • Spyglass Lane
  • St. Andrews Lane
  • Sunflower Street
  • Trailridge Drive
  • Troon Court
  • Turnberry Circle
  • Vista Lane
  • W. Dillon Rd.
  • W. Mulberry
  • Willow Place

Town of Superior

  • 1st Street
  • 2nd Street
  • 3rd Street
  • 8th Street
  • Ajax Court
  • Andrew Drive
  • Bristol Street
  • Canary
  • Canary Lane
  • Center Drive
  • Charles
  • Coal Creek
  • Discovery Lane
  • Douglas
  • Eaton Circle
  • Eldorado Drive
  • Emerson Lane
  • High Plains Drive
  • Holyoke Lane
  • Marshall Road
  • Meridian Lane
  • Monroe Way
  • Paintbrush Lane
  • Rockview Circle
  • Sagamore Subdivision
  • Superior Drive
  • William

Unincorporated Boulder County

  • 68th Street
  • Barcelona
  • Bari Court
  • Benchmark Drive
  • Empire Drive
  • Longs Peak Drive
  • Marshall Drive
  • Marshall Road
  • Panorama
  • Paragon Drive
  • S. Cherryvale
  • Skyway
  • South Boulder Road
  • South Vale Road
  • Spring Drive
  • Vaquero Drive
  • Whaley

The Team of Atraxia Law Will Help You File Your Marshall Fire Claim

Our expert team is here to gladly assist you with determining whether you are eligible to file a Marshall Fire claim. The process will be as easy as possible for you, as we are aware that victims of wildfires are under a lot of stress and have plenty of urgent matters to attend to. You just have to get in touch with us, explain your situation, answer our questions, and send us some basic documents, including evidence of your injuries or your property damage.

After our team of professionals carefully assesses your case, you will know for sure whether you can file a Marshall Fire claim. If you can, we will recommend you a top-notch attorney who will help you take the legal process one step further and eventually obtain the money you deserve for your losses and distress. Filing a claim is free of charge unless the lawyer recovers compensation for you, as they work on a contingency fee basis.

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