Local law firm seeks compensation for plaintiff’s home allegedly destroyed by fire
Yreka, CA September 30, 2022 –(PR.com)– Reiner, Slaughter, Mainzer & Frankel filed a lawsuit against Roseburg Forest Products Co. in Siskiyou County Superior Court. The lawsuit, filed on behalf of Weed resident Tim Smith, alleges his home was destroyed in the mill fire caused by the negligent maintenance and operation of Roseburg Forest Products, Co.’s Weed, California property became.
“The lawsuit is believed to be the first in the state alleging that Roseburg Forest Products, Co. was the entity responsible for the mill fire,” said attorney Russell Reiner. The lawsuit seeks damages allegedly resulting from the destruction of Mr. Smith’s home and personal property, all of which were destroyed. The lawsuit is also seeking damages for alleged personal injury resulting from Mr Smith being forced to flee the fire.
The mill fire that broke out on the property of Roseberg Forest Products, Co. on September 2, 2022 is said to have destroyed over 100 homes in Siskiyou County and killed at least two people. The mill fire also reportedly directly affected the firm’s members, attorneys and employees who are based in Shastina.
Reiner, Slaughter, Mainzer & Frankel has received more than $600 million for its clients – including clients who have suffered losses from wildfires. The firm has represented individuals and businesses in the Northern State for over 40 years and has a reputation for handling the most complex cases.
About Reiner, Slaughter, Mainzer & Frankel, LLP
Reiner, Slaughter, Mainzer & Frankel has represented thousands of individuals and families who have lost loved ones, homes, businesses, lumber, ranch lands and rents to preventable fires. The firm has also represented fire victims for claims based on the emotional trauma of fleeing a fire, eviction and forced evacuation. The company holds town hall meetings for other victims…
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