Philadelphia, PA (March 31, 2022) – Several victims sustained injuries in a house fire that took place in Philadelphia on Wednesday afternoon, March 30.
According to local officials, the incident took place around 4:30 p.m. on Wednesday at 1100 South 52nd Street. One rowhome caught on fire and spread to other homes connected to it quickly. Fire crews received multiple calls and arrived at the scene where they found heavy smoke and flames. They started to evacuate those inside nearby homes due to the severity of the smoke.
Paramedics, fire crews, and several other local responders were called to the scene to help those in need. Three people sustained injuries as a result of the fire. The parties, who have not yet been identified, were hospitalized with various injuries.
Fire crews worked to quickly bring the fire under control but the area was blocked off until then.
No further details regarding the circumstances of the fire have been released. The investigation into the incident remains ongoing.
Our thoughts are with the injured victims and their families in hopes of a full recovery.
House Fires in Pennsylvania
Pennsylvania sees a large number of fires every year, many of which break out in major cities where homes are close together. Philadelphia sees a large percentage of Pennsylvania’s fires every year. According to statistics, approximately 10 injuries result from every 1,000 fires in Pennsylvania. The truth is, fires can typically be prevented but continue to occur due to the reckless acts of others. However, they continue to occur when individuals engage in careless acts. In the blink of an eye, your life could be turned upside-down due to a fire that leads to injuries. Some of the most severe injuries caused by fires include smoke inhalation and burn injuries. If you have been hurt in a fire, you should speak with an attorney who has your best interests in mind.
Being hurt in a house fire can impact your life in a variety of ways that you may not be prepared for. You may have questions that you can only answer with the help of an attorney at this time. For instance, what types of evidence do you need to prove that another party is at fault for your accident? What deadlines will you be required to meet when it comes to moving forward with a claim? Will your claim be settled or will it make it all the way to trial? These are questions that you can answer when you speak with a skilled and knowledgeable Philadelphia personal injury attorney.
Philadelphia Fire Accident Attorneys
Our attorneys at Spear Greenfield Personal Injury Attorneys are here to help you after a fire that was caused by another party. We understand how traumatic injuries can be and the long road to recovery that you may have before you. You may find that you are eligible for a wide array of financial damages, including the following:
- Medical expenses
- Lost wages
- Pain and suffering
- Therapy costs
If your life has been negatively impacted by a house fire, we will help you move forward. Please contact a fire accident attorney in Philadelphia at (215) 600-0681 for more information on how we can assist you.
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