LOS ANGELES, July 23, 2016 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- A wildfire that began in Sand Canyon, Santa Clarita, California called the “Sand Fire” around July 22, 2016 has destroyed at least 11,000 square feet and led officials to declare a state of emergency as firefighters continue to fight the blaze that has now consumed 11,000 square feet of land.
According to Google Reports 5,500 acres of land have burned with 0% containment. Your local 2016 Sand Canyon Sand Fire Insurance Claims Attorney has handled previous wild fire cases and can assist you if you call 818-835-5396.
What this means for property owners in Santa Clarita, Northridge, Granada Hills, Chatsworth, North Hills, Burbank, Glendale, La Crescenta, Tujunga, Sunland, La Canada Flintridge & Surrounding areas is that damages from smoke, ash, soot and fire related toxic waste pose a significant danger once these materials begin to settle in and around commercial and residential properties. Based on available information, the affected areas include Santa Clarita, Northridge, Granada Hills, Chatsworth, North Hills, Burbank, Glendale, La Crescenta, Tujunga, Sunland, La Canada Flintridge, and surrounding areas.
Properties will be affected as often times smoke, ash, soot, and other toxic wastes penetrate the building, envelope and settle in and around homes. These materials commonly settle on rooftops, exteriors and inside ventilation systems and air ducts. If not remediated and cleaned in a proper fashion, these chemicals can pose long-term health risks to you and your loved ones. Our 2016 Sand Canyon Sand Fire Insurance Claims Lawyer has handled previous wild fire claims and has the knowledge to assist homeowners with 2016 Sand Fire Wildfire Insurance Claims now but you must call 818-835-5396 to speak to the attorney.
Most commercial and residential homeowner insurance policies provide coverage for fire-related damages, including smoke, ash, soot, and other toxic wastes. The Shirvanian Law Firm can represent property owners that have been victims of the 2016 Santa Clarita Sand Canyon Sand Fire to ensure that insurance claims are timely made and that insurance companies properly evaluate these fire-related damages, and most importantly, pay insurance money to their insured as required by their respective insurance policies.
If you are a property owner or know someone that is in the areas affected by the Powerhouse Fire, you may be entitled to homeowner insurance policy benefits. Further information can be obtained through The Shirvanian Law Firm, 100 North Brand Boulevard Suite 642 Glendale, California 91203 (818) 835-5396, Narbeh@shirvanianlawfirm.com.
Source:The Shirvanian Law Firm, APLC.