Child Injured by Smoke Inhalation

Bert CashA two alarm fire has displaced as many as 30 people Saturday evening after the blaze damaged nine units located in southwest Houston. According to the Houston Fire Department, firefighters responded to the fire at the Westpark Apartments, located at the 6100 block of the Southwest Freeway near Westpark Drive, at just after 6:00 p.m. Firefighters brought the blaze under control in approximately one hour. One child was injured and transported by ambulance for treatment of smoke inhalation. The child’s identity and current condition have not been released. A fire can be both terrifying and devastating. A fire in the home or business can result in the serious destruction of property, personal injuries, or even death. Picking up the pieces of your life after a fire can be both time consuming and feel overwhelming. No matter what the cause of a fire, if you have suffered damage or personal injury as the result, you and your family will have to find another place to live temporarily. If you or a loved one, or especially if your child has been injured as the result of a fire, recovery times can seem endless. Those expenses that surround such care can add up quickly. If you have suffered in a fire, and before you agree to sign any kind of statement, settlement or accept any kind of settlement, give our offices a call. We want to make sure you get the compensation you are entitled to by law. Our experienced attorneys will take charge of your personal injury and accident lawsuit. We will go over all of the details of your specific case and will outline ways for you to get the most in terms of financial compensation for any injuries, damages, pain and suffering or even wrongful death due to a fire. Your initial consultation and legal analysis with one of our lawyers is free.

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