Reiner, Slaughter, Mainzer & Frankel file wrongful death lawsuit

Reiner, Slaughter, Mainzer & Frankel file wrongful death lawsuit


Lorenza Mondoc Glover, 65, reportedly died fleeing the mill fire

Weed, CA September 30, 2022 –(– Reiner, Slaughter, Mainzer & Frankel filed a lawsuit against Roseburg Forest Products, Co. in San Francisco County Superior Court alleging it was responsible for the death of 65-year-old Lorenza Mondoc Glover of Weed. The lawsuit, filed on behalf of Glover’s son, alleges his mother died trying to escape the mill fire.

Allegedly: Glover was speaking on her cellphone to a neighbor who called shortly after the mill fire broke out to check on her well-being. Glover reported to her neighbor, who saw smoke, then heard gasps and grunts. The call was then dead. Glover was later found dead near her vehicle.

The mill fire that broke out on the Roseburg Forest Products, Co. property on September 2, 2022 is said to have destroyed over 100 homes in Siskiyou County and killed at least two people, including Glover. The mill fire also reportedly directly affected the firm’s members, attorneys and employees who are based in Shastina.

About Reiner, Slaughter, Mainzer & Frankel

Reiner, Slaughter, Mainzer and Frankel has represented thousands of individuals and families who have lost loved ones, homes, businesses, timber lots, 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 meetings for other victims of the alleged mill fire free of charge or without obligation. For more information visit

Contact information:

Reiner, Slaughter, Mainzer & Frankel, LLP

Russell Reiner, attorney

Contact via email

Read the whole story here:

Press Release Distributed by

Read full story here

More to explorer

Understanding Key Factors in Accidents

Pedestrian Safety Statistics Pedestrian safety is an urgent concern worldwide, with over 1.3 million people dying in traffic accidents annually. Pedestrians account