Less active wildfire season predicted by Texas fire experts

Posted on February 25th, 2014 No Comments

Only several parts in Texas will experience the highest wildfire threat this season, and forestry experts have stated that the risk is not as severe as the danger that people faced years ago with the 2011 Bastrop fire.

According to reports, fire experts said western parts of Texas that usually experience several stages of drought have the highest wildfire threat. Southwest of Wichita Falls going into Del Rio is considered to have the highest wildfire risk.

The wildfire season in Texas usually lasts from February until April.

At Williams Hart, we understand that many people are still struggling with the effects of the Bastrop wildfire, due in part to negligent and unfaithful insurance companies. To find out how you may be able to get the compensation you need more quickly from your insurance company, call 800-639-8460 today.    

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