The Invisible Threats From Smoke, Soot, or Ash
The Smoke, Soot & Ash debris from the Dixie Fire, which began around July 14, 2021, has affected many homes around Plumas County and many surrounding areas.
While much of these Smoke, Soot, and Ash particles might not be visible to the bare eye, the debris is still present and may cause health complications. Even if you have conducted some clean-up of the common living areas, Smoke & Ash particles will continue to remain in your central heating and air conditioning units, ducts, attic insulation, walls, furniture, driveway, roof, and clothing. This may cause allergies and other health hazards if not professionally restored.
Please refer to the illustrations to see microscopic images of the type of Char, Soot, and Ash that may be found in homes near you are.
Microscopic Images Of Hidden Health Threats
Recent Claim Settlements From The Fires
Smoke & Ash Damages
Smoke, Ash, & Landscape Damages
Structural Fire Damage
Smoke & Ash Damage
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Why You Need A Lawyer
Our team at Era Law, Inc, has helped many homeowners recover thousands of dollars in restoration settlements from their insurance companies. We will fight for your maximum settlement amount. We don’t get paid unless you get paid.
Without A Lawyer Your Insurance Company:
- May Undervalue Your Property
- May Wrongfully Deny For A “Non-Covered” Cause
- May “Twist” Your Policy By Finding Loopholes
- May Try And Delay Any Compensation
- May Not Carry Out Any Investigations
- May Give A Misleading Report
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