Teaneck, NJ – Two Killed in Fire Incident on Arlington AveNY/NJ Legal News
Teaneck, NJ (July 9, 2021) – A fire incident reporting and Bergen County on Thursday morning claimed the lives of two people. At approximately 3:20 a.m., calls came into the Teaneck Police Department regarding a fire incident on Arlington Avenue.
Firefighters responded to the scene and located the home at 1161 Arlington Avenue with flames pouring out of the second floor. Firefighters went to work immediately on battling the blaze. During the fire suppression operations, firefighters located two unresponsive individuals inside the structure. Both victims were removed. However, the two victims were declared deceased due to their injuries. At this time, the cause of the fire remains under investigation.
We would like to offer our deepest condolences to the family and friends of the deceased. Our thoughts are with them at this time. Learning that a loved one lost their life in an accident is truly devastating. Knowing that they lost their life under circumstances that could have been avoided just makes the loss even more unbearable.
Our New Jersey wrongful death attorneys at Metro Law are available 24-hours a day to help bereaved families by answering questions they may have about legal options available to them after enduring the sudden and unexpected loss of a loved one. Call (800) 469-6476 at your earliest convenience to schedule a free case evaluation with our wrongful death attorneys in New Jersey.
Fatal Fire Incidents in New Jersey
Being involved in a fire incident can have a detrimental impact on a person’s life. Losing your home, belongings, and livelihood instantly can leave victims feeling overwhelmed and defeated. Every year, fires across the United States claimed the lives of thousands of people. In many instances, fires are caused by faulty wiring, defective appliances, and acts of negligence. Although we can take various steps to prevent fires from happening, there is no method that is 100 effective for every circumstance. These incidents are often devastating. Not only do they result in endless loss of property, but they sadly claim far too many lives each year. When victims lose their lives in fires, it is crucial that their families reach out to a wrongful death attorney in New Jersey as soon as possible.
Working with a knowledgeable and effective legal team is a family’s best bet for recovering after losing a loved one in a fire incident. Metro Law’s burn injury attorneys in New Jersey have over four decades of experience fighting to protect the legal rights of families who have lost loved ones in tragic fires. Our aggressive attorneys work diligently to ensure families are fully and fairly compensated for pain and suffering, funeral expenses, and more. Contact our personal injury attorneys in New Jersey at (800) 469-6476 to see how we can help you. Schedule a free case evaluation at your earliest with our team at Metro Law at your earliest convenience to see how our team of knowledgeable and reputable attorneys in New Jersey can help you recover.
Notes: Outside sources were used in the creation of this post including news bulletins and first-hand accounts of the accident and injuries involved. As a result, the details of the accident presented have not been independently verified. If you have identified any false information in the story or would like the post to be removed, please inform us immediately, and we will correct the information or remove the post.
Disclaimer: As a member of the local community, we at Metro Law strive to improve the overall safety and quality of life for everyone who lives in our beloved state. We are extremely saddened by these accidents but hope that through an awareness of these dangers, those in our community will take precautions to avoid these accidents. This is not a solicitation for business, and this information should not be misconstrued as medical or legal advice. We wish only the best and quickest recovery to all those involved in the accident. The photos depicted in this post are not from the actual accident scene.