Annapolis Fatal House Fire Being Investigated
Early on Tuesday morning, a fatal house fire in Annapolis, Anne Arundel County, Maryland, claimed the life of a man. Around 1:30 am, paramedics leaving at the end of a shift at the Anne Arundel Medical Center noticed the fire from the Severn River Bridge, and called 911. One man escaped without personal injuries, but a 77-year-old man suffered a fatality in the fire. An investigation is underway as to the cause of the fatal house fire.
A house fire may start due to an electrical malfunction or even a lit candle or cigarette that an individual neglected to extinguish. House fires may cause personal injuries for occupants or even fatalities originating from burn injuries and smoke inhalation sickness. Even if individuals survive the fire, they may be displaced from their home and could experience a loss of income.
If you or someone you love sustained personal injuries in a house fire, contact our Maryland personal injury lawyers at LeViness, Tolzman & Hamilton to help you pursue your claim. Contact us online or call 800-547-4LAW (4529) for a free consultation.
Our offices are located in Baltimore, Columbia, Glen Burnie, and Towson, allowing us to represent victims of house fires in Maryland, including those in Anne Arundel County, Carroll County, Harford County, Howard County, Montgomery County, Maryland’s Western Counties, Southern Maryland, and the Eastern Shore, as well as the communities of Catonsville, Essex, Halethorpe, Middle River, Rosedale, Gwynn Oak, Brooklandville, Dundalk, Pikesville, Parkville, Nottingham, Windsor Mill, Lutherville, Timonium, Sparrows Point, Ridgewood, and Elkridge.April 11, 2017