North Sacramento, CA (June 24, 2024) – According to authorities, multiple buildings, including at least one home, and several cars were involved in a fire in the north Sacramento area Monday afternoon, officials said.

The Sacramento Fire Department said it happened in the area of Rood Avenue and Dry Creek Road near Rio Linda. Around 10 to 15 cars were burning and, in addition to the structures, trees and grass were also on fire. The home was a total loss; however, the residents were able to be evaluated. The fire nearly reached a second home as it spread through dry grass, though firefighters were able to gain control of it.

Investigators are looking into what caused the fire but say multiple engines responded to the incident along with medics. However, the total number of victims is unknown. The fire department is investigating what happened before the blaze, and authorities did not release further details in the interim.

Our thoughts are with the injured victims and their families.

Residential Fires in California

Typically, a fire that destroys your house, place of business, or other property is financially, physically, and emotionally taxing. Fires often result in serious injuries, property losses, and even fatalities. Extensive fire damage may sometimes result in a family home’s destruction. The first step in rebuilding after a fire damages your house or place of business is to claim with your insurance company to have your losses covered. But what happens if your insurance company refuses to pay for the replacement of your house and belongings or if a negligent property manager or owner is responsible for your damages?

Anybody who owns, rents, occupies, or controls any property in California is considered negligent if they do not maintain the property reasonably safe, per state law. For instance, according to California’s premises liability rules, businesses have to take reasonable precautions to identify potentially dangerous conditions and replace, correct, or provide sufficient notice of hazards to visitors.

Our California premises liability lawyers at the Law Offices of J.G. Winter can help you and yours if you sustained injuries or lost a loved one due to the negligent actions of a property owner. We provide top-notch legal counsel during every step of your claim and will stop at nothing to fight for justice on your behalf. Contact our Sacramento-area premises liability lawyers at 844-705-0431 as soon as you can to schedule a free consultation.

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