Dunedin, FL (August 31, 2022) – A mobile home fire in the Dunedin area on Wednesday morning, August 31, resulted in injuries.
The incident was reported at a mobile home located at the 27500 block of US-19 early that day. Firefighters were sent to the scene of the blazing double-wide to help put out the fire. The structure was found filled with smoke and fire.
The fire was put out, and the sole occupant was transported to a nearby hospital for treatment. The cause of the fire has not been disclosed.
An ongoing investigation into the incident is underway.
Our thoughts are with the injured victim and their family at this time. We hope for a full recovery.
Mobile Home Fires in Florida
Every year, fire departments all around the country receive reports of more than 350,000 residential structure fires. Each year, these fires cause about 2,000 civilian fatalities and 11,000 civilian injuries in the United States. 72.2 percent of all fatal fire-related civilian injuries occur in residential fires.
The most painful and difficult-to-treat injuries are those that a person sustains in a fire. Along with the initial stress and pain, you may also have to deal with surgery, hospitalization, and therapy while your body begins to heal. The recovery process might take many months or even years.
Residents of Florida who have been hurt in a house fire can consult Rebein Law for years of trustworthy legal advice. Our personal injury attorneys in Dunedin are here to support you through this tough period following a horrific incident. Our outstanding reputation is a result of our propensity for problem-solving and meticulous attention to detail. Our legal team will relentlessly pursue your rightful compensation. In order to protect your rights to reject an unjust settlement offer from the insurance company and to make sure that your case is handled properly, we are here. For a free consultation regarding your issue and how we might be able to help, contact Attorney Paul Rebein at 813-305-7285.
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