Talk to Our Boston Injury Lawyer about Your Apartment Fire

When you have been injured or lost property due to an apartment fire, make sure you call our Boston injury lawyer right away. It’s crucial to investigate the possible cause of the fire as soon as possible to gather relevant evidence. As your legal representatives, we provide a full range of resources to help protects your interests. Even small fires can have long-lasting and expensive consequences, so make sure you have the representation you need by reaching out to us. Our personal injury lawyer in Boston, MA, helps you receive the compensation you need to cover your medical bills and damaged property.

An apartment fire can be due to a variety of causes, and when the owner’s or landlord’s negligence is to blame, or faulty equipment such as defective smoke detectors, you may be entitled to significant compensation. In the worst case scenarios, our Boston wrongful death attorney fights to hold the responsible parties accountable. Don’t hesitate to call our law firm to receive a free case review.

Fires Due to Landlord or Property Owner Negligence

A large number of rental property fires are caused by negligence of a landlord or a property owner. In an apartment fire, victims may suffer from burn injuries or smoke inhalation. Our law firm represents clients in injury claims against a negligent property owner or landlord, as well as family members who have lost a loved one in a fatal apartment fire. Specific causes include:

  • Faulty Electrical Wiring
  • Overloaded Electrical Circuits
  • Malfunctioning Heating Units and Furnaces
  • Defective Appliances or Electrical Products
  • Failure to Install Fireproof Carpeting or Curtains

Fires Due to Defective Smoke Detectors

Even when an apartment has smoke detectors properly installed, they do not always work. Our law firm handles product liability claims against manufacturers of defective and malfunctioning smoke detectors. Find out more about these related topics:

  • Types of Defective Smoke Detectors
  • Ionization Smoke Alarms
  • Kiddie Smoke Detectors

Attorney Contingency Fees

We work on a contingency fee basis in all areas related to personal injury law. This means that you pay nothing if we don’t win compensation for you, and all attorney time is at no charge, including your initial consultation.

 

Contact us to schedule a free initial consultation with one of our burn injury lawyers. We proudly serve clients throughout Boston, MA, and the surrounding areas.