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What types of injuries are associated with a house fire?

Statistics from the National Fire Protection Association indicate that approximately 384,000 residential fires in the United States in 2010 caused 13,800 injuries and 2,665 deaths. While the deaths represent enormous—and potentially avoidable—tragedies, the nonfatal injuries also merit attention. In many… Read More

My grandmother lives in a residential nursing home in North Carolina. I just found out that there was a small fire there a couple weeks ago, and that Gran had to be taken to the hospital for smoke inhalation. Is it worth talking about this with a North Carolina personal injury attorney?

Any property owner has a duty to provide reasonably prudent care for the safety and well-being of people who are present on the premises. The law says that the obligation varies a bit depending on the nature of the relationship… Read More