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Wildfire Damage Trial Attorneys

Wildfires can occur anytime, anywhere, and without warning. They can cause death or injury to people and animals, while completely destroying homes, businesses, infrastructure, natural resources, and agriculture. All too often, wildfires result from negligence, non-functioning safety equipment, or other defective products.

Unfortunately, wildfires have become more widespread across many parts of the U.S., including Texas. In 2017, two major wildfires (Lefors and Perryton) consumed more than 400,000 acres in the Texas Panhandle, constituting the third largest wildfire in our state’s history.

Since the mid-1990’s, the State of Texas has experienced larger and more complex wildfires and extended wildfire seasons. In those two decades, Texas has experienced more than 75,000 wildfires that have burned nearly 9 million acres of Texas land.

Nationally, wildfires have recently impacted thousands of ranches, homes, farms, and other businesses in California, Kansas, Oklahoma, and Tennessee. These fires have caused billions of dollars in damage and untold amounts of suffering and loss.

At Harrison Davis, our wildfire damage attorneys represent individuals, families, landowners, and businesses that have suffered losses resulting from wildfires. Our team works with seasoned experts to determine the cause of these destructive fires. Our job and our mission is to hold responsible parties accountable for the massive damages they’ve caused.

In sum, we have the experience, professional contacts, and commitment to our clients to make sure you and your loved ones are compensated for your wildfire-related injuries and losses.

Contact Our Experienced Wildfire Damage Attorneys

If you’ve had losses stemming from a wildfire, call us at 800-460-2756 (or contact us online) to arrange a free consultation. Our team is standing by to give you the answers you need regarding:

  • How to determine who is at fault for the wildfire
  • How to file personal injury or property injury claims against the responsible parties
  • What to expect in your lawsuit against them.

Call us today. We’re here to help.

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