Pierce, OH – One Killed in Structure Fire in Ludlow Cir

Pierce, OH – One Killed in Structure Fire in Ludlow Cir

Pierce, OH (October 13, 2020) – Local authorities reported that a house fire in Clermont County on Monday morning, October 12, left one man dead. 

The structure fire reportedly broke out at around 1:30 a.m. that morning. The site of the blaze was located at home on Ludlow Circle in Pierce Township. Emergency responders were called to the scene to assist those involved in the collision. 

The factors contributing to the fire have not been reported at this time. Local authorities revealed that at least one person was killed in the fire. No further updates on the incident have been reported at this time. 

An ongoing investigation into the cause of the crash is being conducted by local law enforcement officials. 

We would like to extend our deepest condolences to the family of the deceased victim at this time.

Deadly House Fires in Ohio

Pierce, OH - One Killed in Structure Fire in Ludlow CirHome structure fires can leave victims suffering from life-threatening injuries. Fire departments across the United State respond to an estimated 354,400 home structure fires each year. Statistics show that a house fire is reported somewhere in the country every 93 seconds. Someone is killed in a home structure fire every three hours and 43 seconds on average. Each year, an estimated 2,620 civilians are killed in residential fires, and more than 11,220 civilians suffer injuries. 

The preventable death of a loved one can be a shattering and entirely traumatic experience for surviving family members, and no amount of compensation can ever make up for the death of a loved one. Ohio wrongful death suits can be raised from careless acts, including a house fire, resulting in the death of a family member, in order to recover lost compensation for a representative of the deceased. Surviving family members should consult with an Ohio wrongful death lawyer who can help guide them through the process and construct a strong legal claim after the loss of a family member of a deadly accident.  

If you are filing an Ohio wrongful death claim in Cincinnati, hiring an attorney from the Green Law Firm can significantly benefit your case and put you on track to recover deserved legal compensation. We know how to litigate wrongful death lawsuits in Ohio and can adapt our strategies to the unique circumstances of your case, and our experienced personal injury lawyers will fight for the legal rights of families who have lost a loved one. Contact our offices today at (513)769-0840 if you have lost a family member due to the negligence of another. 

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