Knoxville, TN – House Fire on Virtue Rd Causes Victim Injuries

5.07 Knoxville, TN - House Fire on Virtue Rd Causes Victim Injuries

Knoxville, TN – House Fire on Virtue Rd Causes Victim Injuries

Knoxville, TN (May 07, 2021) – Firefighters from the Knoxville Rural Metro Fire Department were called to the scene of a structure fire on Wednesday, May 5th in West Knox County.  

Sources reported that the house fire broke out at about 6:45 a.m. in the 800 block of Virtue Road in Knoxville. 

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 Knoxville

5.07 Knoxville, TN - House Fire on Virtue Rd Causes Victim Injuries

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.

If you and your family have lost someone you love in a fatal house fire, the Tennessee wrongful death attorneys at Fox & Farmer are here to help. We have the drive and the ability that you need on your side to receive the full amount of financial compensation allowed by Tennessee’s personal injury laws. 

With an exhaustive and in-depth understanding of the state’s judicial system, our accomplished personal injury attorneys recognize the amount of work that goes into building a successful Tennessee personal injury case. We have earned our esteemed reputations as one of the premier law firms in the state by working diligently and putting our clients first, 

If you have recently endured the heartbreaking loss of a loved one brought on by the negligence or recklessness of another driver, then we strongly suggest that you consult with a dedicated personal injury attorney by calling (865) 531-9400 and scheduling an appointment for a free evaluation of your Tennessee wrongful death claim.

Notes: The incident described in this post was created through the use of outside sources.  Those sources include but are not limited to local police and fire department accident reports, news reports, newspapers, state police bulletins as well as eyewitness accounts about serious accidents that occur in the Knoxville and Tri-Cities area in Tennessee. The details surrounding this specific accident have not been confirmed by our writers at Fox & Farmers Attorneys at Law.  If you find any information that is incorrect, please let us know so that we can update the post to include the most accurate information available. If you would like the post to be removed from our website, please let us know and we will remove the post promptly. 

Disclaimers:  Fox & Farmer Attorneys at Law has been a family firm since 1987. We have worked very hard throughout the decades to help people who have been injured in serious accidents. We hope that by writing these posts that we will bring awareness to the dangers of driving in and around Knoxville and the Tri-Cities area. We want to remind our fellow community members to slow down and use caution when operating a motor vehicle so they will avoid being involved in a serious accident. This news post is not intended to be a solicitation for business.  Any information provided should not be considered legal or medical advice. The picture used in this post was not taken at the accident scene. 

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