Texas Wildfire Litigation Attorney
Since the Texas wildfire season began on Nov. 15, 2010, and over the next year more than 1,600 homes and 4 million acres of land burned. Property owners who face the enormous task of rebuilding after a wildfire often find themselves being victimized a second time by insurance companies that delay, deny or low-ball payments for fire damage claims.
At The Law Offices of Randall D. Moore, PLLC, we are committed to protecting the rights of people who have suffered property losses to Texas wildfires. We represent clients throughout the state, including north, west, east and south Texas.
The following are examples of the types of wildfire damage claims we handle:
- Low-ball estimates of the cost of rebuilding or replacing property damaged by brush, grass and forest fires
- Delayed or denied claims
- Personal injury and property damage claims when a wildfire is caused by the negligence of another party
In April 2009, what eventually became known as the Cedar Mountain Fire started when an employee of Ray Richey Management Co. Inc. was servicing an oil well in Eastland County, Texas, and sparked a forest fire. The fire raged from April 6 to April 10, and final Texas Forest Service reports indicate that a total of 18,360 acres were destroyed.
Subsequently, in the summer of 2010, attorney Randall Moore represented several of the Cedar Mountain plaintiffs in a negligence lawsuit against Ray Richey Management Co. Inc. In December 2010, attorney Moore successfully negotiated a multimillion-dollar settlement for his clients.
We handle all insurance and negligence claims on a contingency fee basis, and our fee usually comes directly from your settlement with the insurance company.