Indirect Damage from Wildfires
The wildfires in Bastrop that started over Labor Day weekend in 2011 caused hundreds of millions of dollars in damage and affected thousands of people and businesses. Virtually anyone in the near vicinity of the fires was affected negatively by them in some way. Even if one’s property was not directly damaged, there are a number of other ways in which he or she might suffer some sort of adverse financial or health effects.
If you are one of the many who has been affected by the Bastrop wildfires, contact the experienced Bastrop fire insurance claim attorneys of Williams Kherkher by calling 800-639-8460 to discuss your legal options. We are committed to helping our clients to gain the benefits which they are due from insurance companies, or to recover financial compensation from parties who may bear responsibility for the losses.
Ways You Could Be Affected
The Bastrop wildfires indirectly affected thousands of people. Of course, people were directly affected by their homes and businesses suffering physical damage, but other effects may include:
- Smoke inhalation
- Smoke damage
- Loss of business
- Loss of property
- Loss of belongings
- Home abandonment
If you or someone you know has suffered any type of damage from the Bastrop wildfires, contact the experienced Bastrop fire insurance claim attorneys of Williams Kherkher by calling 800-639-8460 to learn more about your legal rights and what options are available to you if your insurance company has attempted to avoid its responsibilities.