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Sunday, May 12, 2013

Bastrop Fire Lawsuits: Persons That Suffered Damages in the Bastrop Fire of 2011 Should be Aware of Upcoming Statutes of Limitations by Bastrop Fire Lawyer Jason Coomer

Bastrop Fire Lawyer: Persons That Suffered Damages Including Loss of Property Should Be Aware That The Statutes of Limitations For Some Bastrop Fire Lawsuit Claims Will Run in September 2013 by Bastrop Fire Lawyer Jason Coomer

In September 2011, the devastating Bastrop Fire caused about $250 million in damages destroying homes, businesses, and other property.  Under Texas law, persons that have suffered damages from a company's negligence typically have two years from the date of their loss to file a lawsuit or their claims are lost forever.  As such, many potential negligence claims will need to be filed by September 2013 or will be lost.  

If you have suffered damages from the Bastrop Fire and have specific questions, please feel free to  send an e-mail message to Austin Texas Bastrop Fire Lawyer Jason Coomer or go to the following web page on Bastrop Fire Lawsuit Information.

Residential Fires Can Cause Devastating Loss Including Loss of Life, Serious Injuries, Loss of Home, Loss of Business, Damage to Property, and Loss of Possesions

Recovering from a home fire, can be difficult.  Not only can there be the loss of life or serious injuries to deal with, but dealing with the loss of a home and a life time of possessions can be destabilizing resulting in delays in rebuilding.  It is often extremely difficult to clean up the charred remains of your home, then deal with the process of rebuilding and replacing everything. 

From the fire damage to smoke and fire suppression damage, residential fires typically require significant resources to clean up and rebuild the home.  As such, it can be extremely difficult to deal not only with the loss of life, injuries, and damages, but to also deal with the contractors, builders, insurance company, and other large companies to rebuild what they have lost and replace their losses.  For some, it is not until several months or years later that they are ready to deal with a potential lawsuit to seek compensation for their losses.    However, for those that wait too long, they can be barred from any recovery at all.

If you or a loved one have suffered serious injuries, lost a loved one in a residential fire, or have lost property from a fire, and have questions about seeking compensation, please feel free to send an e-mail message to Texas Residential Fire Lawyer, Jason S. Coomer or please go to the following web pages:

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