House damaged in Frisco fire

A house in Frisco recently sustained significant damage after a fire broke out from the garage area, a July 25 article of The Dallas Morning News reported.

According to Frisco Fire spokesperson Kevin Haines, the fire department received notification that a fire broke out around 5:30 a.m. in the 12800 block of Early Wood Drive. Nearby residents reportedly saw flames coming from the back portion of the house’s garage. One of the responding firefighters was hospitalized due to heat injuries he sustained in the course of containing the fire. Though all people safely escaped from the fire, officials estimated that the house sustained over $450,000 worth of damage. Authorities in McKinney provided assistance to Frisco Fire in battling the fire.

The Dallas attorneys at Smith Kendall, PLLC strongly believe that families who are victims of a fire should receive insurance benefits to help them quickly restore their homes. However, if you are being denied benefits that you deserve, we may be able to offer you legal assistance. If your insurance provider denies or delays your needed funds, call our office today at (214) 361-6124 to learn more about your legal options.