Dallas apartment damaged by widespread fire
A damaging fire broke out at an apartment complex in the Dallas area, an NBC DFW article reported on October 16.
Reports said Dallas Fire personnel responded to a massive fire that broke out at the Sylvan Thirty Lofts on Fort Worth Avenue. The fire reportedly started on a vacant floor and authorities are attempting to determine whether the fire was caused by welding work, spokesperson Jason Evans stated. Though no one was reportedly injured in the fire, there were 64 units damaged. The fire at the apartment complex was the second it has experienced this year; the last one occurred in March.
Fortunately, no one was reportedly injured in the recent massive fire that caused damage to the apartment complex. In this difficult situation, it is important that policy holders immediately get the reimbursement they need to restore their property. In this case, the property owner will likely face the prospect of filing a claim with his or her insurance company. If you need assistance holding your insurance company to the funds they are obligated to pay you under your coverage, call the attorneys with Smith Kendall, PLLC, at (214) 361-6124 today for help.