The lawyers at the Cambridge firm of Gregg, Hunt, Ahern & Embry advocate for clients who were burned in fires. House fires can be caused by faulty wiring, use of dangerous heaters, shoddy construction techniques, and defective appliances, furnaces and boilers. Whatever the cause, our law firm investigates thoroughly, consulting with fire safety experts and other specialists to determine the precise origin of the fire that injured our client. This allows us identify the responsible party and determine the best legal approach to use.
We also work closely with physicians, psychologists, vocational trainers and other professionals to understand fully the impact of the burn injury on our client's life and family. This allows us to add value to the case and be effective advocates in the courtroom or during settlement negotiations. As experienced trial lawyers, our attorneys are known for their thorough preparation and concern for clients' needs during the legal process.Issues in House Fires
In addition to burns to the skin and underlying tissue, house fire survivors may also suffer internal burns from inhalation of smoke and flames. Fire victims may also suffer non-burn injuries, including broken limbs suffered when jumping from upper stories of burning buildings.
House fires, especially in older buildings, are frequently deadly. Remodeling may have resulted in blocked or inadequate exits. Building inspectors may have turned a blind eye to code violations. Our law firm undertakes wrongful death claims against landlords, manufacturers of defective household goods and furniture, city officials, contractors and others who bear responsibility for fatal fires.
Gregg, Hunt, Ahern & Embry has helped its burn injury clients recover millions of dollars in compensation for their suffering.
Contact Gregg, Hunt, Ahern & Embry to schedule a free initial consultation with a Cambridge house fire attorney. Call 617-494-1920. We take injury cases on a contingency basis, charging no fee until we recover damages on your behalf.