A large brush fire raged through Imperial County on the night of June 28, 2020, killing one person and destroying over 40 homes. The fire burned for many hours and caused a significant amount of damage to this California town east of the Salton Sea. The Imperial County Fire Department stated that the fire started near Highway 111 and 4th Street in Niland and continued to progress to a four-alarm fire. The town was immediately evacuated to a temporary shelter location with the Red Cross on site. An estimated 40 homes were destroyed by the fire and one body was recovered by fire officials. The fire was stopped and contained around midnight. An investigation continues for the cause of the blaze.
When a brush fire occurs, not only are homes and properties at risk for damage but fatalities may also occur. From small house fires to large wildfires, fires can cause extreme damage to lives and properties. Losing everything you own within hours is devastating and it may take a while to rebuild your home and your life. An insurance settlement can help you rebuild what you once had and will provide you with help after a fire occurs.
If your home has been a victim of a fire, the Los Angeles property damage lawyers at ACTS Law can help with your property damage claim. A fire is already a stressful situation and you shouldn’t have to be worried about recovering insurance benefits for your property damage. Our team will ensure that your claim receives the best possibly resolution and will advocate on your behalf during a settlement. Call us today at 833-ACTS-LAWopens phone dialer or contact us online to schedule a free consultation. Our offices are located in San Diego and Los Angeles, we serve clients throughout Imperial County, Orange County and Los Angeles County, including Beverly Hills, Calabasas, Malibu, Santa Monica, Long Beach, Hidden Hills, Pasadena, San Marino, Brentwood, Encino, Newport Beach, and Foresthill.