A wildfire that recently broke out in southern Texas ravaged hundreds of acres and destroyed one reportedly empty house, KEYE TV reported on August 10.
According to reports, at least six fire departments responded to a wildfire that broke out in the rural area of Jackson County on August 8. Fire crews utilized a bulldozer to create ditches that prevented the fire from spreading further. Though no one was reportedly injured in the wildfire, a vacant house was burned. Fire crews remained in the area until evening to contain the areas that were still smoldering. Authorities are attempting to determine what caused the fire.
Unfortunately, wildfires like this also happened in Bastrop County a couple of years ago, and many families lost their homes. The Houston lawyers of Williams Kherkher know that people whose homes were damaged by wildfire faced insurance companies that delayed or denied them payment. If you think you are being unjustly denied the repair funds you need, call us today at (800) 639-8460 to find out how we may help you.