At least 75 houses in Arkansas were recently threatened with damage after several wildfires broke out, magnoliareporter.com stated on February 18.
According to reports, there were a total of 105 wildfires in several parts of Arkansas on February 14 and 15 that damaged nearly 3,000 acres of land. The Arkansas Forestry Commission (AFC) worked their way to prevent the fires from reaching the houses in the area. AFC stated that the massive wildfire was triggered by humidity levels that became extremely low on February 14. The February, March, and April are considered wildfire season in Arkansas.
Unfortunately, a massive wildfire became extremely destructive in Bastrop County a few years ago, and thousands of homes were ravaged. If you are one of the many people whose insurance companies are refusing or delaying payment on fire damage claims, the legal team of Williams Kherkher may help you pursue the funds you need in court. Discuss your situation with us by calling 800-639-8460 today, and learn how we can help.