Norfolk, VA (February 15, 2021) – A fire incident reported in the Norfolk area sent two people to local hospitals with injuries. At around 6:45 p.m., on February 14, emergency crews were called to the site of a fire incident on New Jersey Avenue.
Reports from authorities were called to the site of a serious fire incident in the 600 block of New Jersey Avenue. A fire broke out inside a two-and-a-half story home located on the roadway during the evening hours.
Crews were able to take control of the blaze and declare the incident contained at around 8 p.m. Two people were trapped on the second floor of the home. Firefighters were able to access the victims and move them to safety. Both victims were transported to local hospitals for the treatment of injuries. At this time, the cause of the fire remains under investigation.
Our thoughts are with the woman who was injured in this incident. We hope for her full recovery.
Fire Incidents in Virginia
Each year, tens of thousands of Americans are negatively impacted by fires. Whether people are victimized in house fires, at their place of employment, or on another person’s property, these incidents can result in the loss of property and overwhelmingly painful injuries. Although numerous fires are caused by negligence, there are some instances where fires are a result of defective appliances, faulty electrical work, and even heating or air conditioning systems.
People who are injured in fires often require immediate medical attention. In addition to severe burns, victims often sustain internal organ damages as a result of smoke inhalation. The impacts of fires and injuries are far-reaching. Many victims are left permanently scarred and have difficulties moving forward, both mentally and physically, after being harmed. In some cases, victims are able to pursue legal options to obtain compensation to help alleviate the impact of lost wages, medical treatment, and other financial burdens they face. Working with a burn injury attorney in Virginia can help to ensure your legal rights are protected after being harmed. You may be entitled to compensation to help cover the financial burdens you face from medical treatment and other expenses.
Attorney Ron Kramer at Virginia Beach Law Firm is well-versed and skilled at handling even some of the most complex personal injury claims imaginable. With keen attention to detail, our personal injury attorneys in Virginia are able to review your personal injury case and identify all liable parties to pursue. Our team is dedicated to protecting the legal rights of our clients and fighting to ensure they are able to maximize their recoveries after being harmed. If you have been injured in a fire, contact our Virginia Beach Law Firm at (757) 802-4662 to meet with our team to discuss legal options available to you. Schedule a free consultation with our team at your earliest convenience to discuss legal options available for you.
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