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I Lost Everything, What’s Next?

A wildfire can be a devastating event. After losing everything, you may be unsure what to do or who to turn to. In the aftermath of a fire, it is essential to take specific steps to protect your rights and begin the process of rebuilding. This blog will provide you with an overview of some of the things you should do following a wildfire.


Following these steps after a wildfire is crucial.

  1. Document Everything - List all of the possessions and property that were lost or damaged in the fire. If possible, take photographs or videos of the items as well. This will be helpful when making an insurance claim.
  2. Take What You Can Get - Collect any available documentation related to your possessions and property if available. This may include receipts, appraisals, or other records.
  3. Be Ready for Insurance To Step In - Contact your insurance company as soon as possible and begin the claims process. Be prepared to provide them with the documentation and evidence you have collected.
  4. Reach Out To Robins Cloud LLP - Get in touch with our qualified wildfire attorneys who can help you navigate the legal process and protect your rights.

Our firm is currently taking consultations for victims of the Hermit’s Peak Fire, Fairview Fire, McKinney Fire, Mosquito Fire, and Mill Fire.

Wildfires can be devastating events, but by taking some proactive steps, you can begin to rebuild your life and protect your rights. If you have recently been affected by one of the wildfires listed above, be sure to follow those steps as soon as possible. Acting quickly can improve your chances of a successful claim.

Wildfire Attorneys

Our wildfire attorneys are here to help. If you’ve been a wildfire victim, don’t hesitate to contact us for a free consultation. Our team of experienced lawyers at Robins Cloud LLP is standing by, ready to assist you in filing a claim and getting the compensation you deserve. We understand that this time may be difficult for you, but we want to assure you that we will fight for your rights. Contact us today for more information on how we can help you get through this tough time.

Call us at (800) 691-2363 or visit our website to fill out a consultation request form.