Knox Co, TN – House Fire on Andersonville Pk Leads to InjuriesTennessee Legal News
Knox Co, TN (June 03, 2021) – Fire and Rescue crews from the Knoxville Rural Metro Fire Department were called to the scene of a house fire on Thursday, June 3rd in North Knox County.
Sources reported that the fire was reported at about 5:00 a.m. on Andersonville Pike at the intersection of Pleasant Gap Road in Powell.
It is unclear at this time how many people were injured and to what degree.
The cause of the fire is under investigation.
Our thoughts are with the injured victim and their family at this time. We hope for their full recovery.
House Fires in Knox County
Residential fires make up about 81% of fire-related fatalities and 79% of fire-related injuries in the United States. For the decade-long period starting in 1997, an average of more than 3,000 people died and over 15,340 people suffered injuries caused by residential structure fires every year.
The law in Tennessee allows victims to bring a claim of personal injury or wrongful death and entitles them to financial compensation for any fire-related injuries they sustained due to a defective product or the negligence or malfeasance of another person.
Burn survivors and other fire victims are permitted to file claims soliciting financial compensation for their medical bills, lost wages, future earning potential, pain and suffering, and punitive damages.
Tennessee burn injury attorneys at Fox & Farmer can help If you or a loved one have been injured in a car crash. We have the confidence and skill that you need on your side to be awarded the full amount of compensation you are entitled to.
With a complete understanding of Tennessee’s justice system, our car accident attorneys know how to build a successful Tennessee personal injury claim.
If you were injured by the negligence of another person, then we recommend that you meet with an experienced personal injury attorney by calling (865) 531-9400 and scheduling an appointment for a free assessment of your Tennessee car accident claim and help on the next steps you should take according to your circumstances.
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