Bastrop State Park suffers severe damage due to wildfires

The damage at Bastrop State Park is being assessed and the outcome is grim. Over 95 percent of the park’s 65,000 acres have been burned by the wildfires.

Before the wildfires and the drought that has plagued Texas, the state park was green and abundant. Now the park boasts charred, dead trees throughout it’s burned acres. The current drought could still pose a problem with the reconstruction of the park. Numerous trees were destroyed in the fire and may take years to replant if the drought doesn’t end.

A donation of $100,000 has been given to the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department to aide in the process of rebuilding the park.

If your commercial property has been affected by the wildfires, you deserve the correct benefits from your insurer. Please contact the Dallas fire damage claim attorneys of of Smith Kendall, PLLC, by calling 214-361-6124 today.