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Oklahoma Fire Accident Attorneys

Although fire prevention and extinguishing techniques have vastly improved over the years, residential and commercial fires still occur on a frequent basis and can cause serious damages, including property damage, pain and suffering, medical expenses, and, in extreme cases, even death.

If you have been the victim of a fire accident that was caused by another party’s negligence, you may be eligible to receive compensation for your losses. Call 1-800-739-ABEL today to speak with an experienced Oklahoma fire accident attorney from the Abel Law Firm about your legal options.

Causes of Fires

Fires can occur for a number of reasons; however, if proper fire detection and protection devices are in place, severe damage may be avoided. Common causes of fires include:

  • Cooking accidents: Grease fires, objects near the stove catching on fire, unattended food
  • Improperly disposed of cigarettes: Lit cigarettes can start a fire that may not be detectable until hours later
  • Electrical problems: Old electrical wiring and plugs can cause electrical fires that can be difficult to detect
  • Heater accidents: Unattended heaters (especially old ones) may ignite nearby objects (such as bedding or furniture) on fire

With working smoke detector and fire extinguishers, most accidents can be controlled before serious damages occur. Make sure to replace the batteries in your smoke detectors and have your fire extinguishers serviced regularly.

Contact Us

If you have suffered losses from a fire that was caused by a negligent property owner, landlord, guest, or other party, you may be entitled to receive compensation. Contact an Oklahoma fire accident attorney from the Abel Law Firm to discuss your grounds for filing a legal claim. Call 1-800-739-ABEL to schedule a free initial consultation.