Restaurant owners help fellow entrepreneur to recover from fire
Restaurant owners in Amarillo, Texas provided assistance to a steakhouse owner whose restaurant was recently damaged by fire, an article of Amarillo Globe-News reported on April 2.
Reports stated that on March 11 a fire broke out at Red River Steakhouse. The fire reportedly caused heavy smoke damage to the building and ruined the store’s dry storage area, the origin of the fire. While the steakhouse is rebuilding and regrouping, other restaurant owners have extended their help by providing work for Red River employees. Will Frost, the owner of Red River, stated he was overwhelmed by the generosity of the business owners who offered their kitchens for Frost to use for catering. Insurance adjusters have not been able to identify the cause of the fire, which has been ruled as undetermined by the fire marshal’s office. Trying to make the best of things, Frost and his steakhouse management plan to use the damage of the fire as an opportunity to remodel the restaurant.
Sadly many business owners have to deal with great financial loss when their commercial properties are damaged by fire. If you are in such a situation, insurance companies should immediately release their benefits so that you can resume business operations. Find out how a lawyer at the Smith Kendall, PLLC in Dallas may help you get your insurance reimbursement today by calling (214) 361-6124.