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We've represented over 20,000 wildfire victims throughout the United States.

Since 2007, we've been involved in litigation for nearly every major fire in the Western U.S.

We provide every client with access to social workers and dedicated case managers.

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Texas Wildfire Attorneys

Wildfires are catastrophic events that can decimate homes, businesses, and entire communities. While wildfires can ignite for a number of reasons, more and more often they are the result of human factors and corporate negligence. In these situations, those affected need experienced legal representation to help hold the responsible parties accountable.

At Singleton Schreiber, we have represented over 20,000 people who have been impacted by wildfires throughout the Western United States. Our wildfire attorneys understand the extent of the damage these fires can cause. We also understand how difficult it can be for victims to recover compensation for their losses.

As wildfires of unprecedented size sweep across the Texas panhandle, thousands of Texans are facing the reality of this situation. Some may have lost their homes or livelihoods. Others may have been injured, lost loved ones, or face significant long-term health complications.

Texas Wildfire Lawyers

At Singleton Schreiber, our clients are at the center of every decision we make. What justice means to you, that’s what matters. At every step of your case, you are what matters.
-Singleton Schreiber

If you or a loved one have been affected by a wildfire, the Texas wildfire attorneys at Singleton Schreiber are ready to listen to your story.

Call (806) 602-2450 (ADVERTISING) or fill out a case evaluation form today for a confidential consultation for more information. We have offices in Post, Hereford, Lubbock, and Amarillo and are available for victims wherever they may be.

Whether you need help with an insurance claim, need to be connected with vital resources, or have questions about your legal options, our attorneys are here to help you through this difficult time.

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The Wildfire Situation in Texas

In the Texas Panhandle, a series of wildfires broke out across several Texas counties at the end of February 2024. At least two of those fires have been linked to energy utility equipment as the source of the blaze – the 687 Reamer Fire and the Smokehouse Creek Fire. As of March, those two fires have joined to become the largest wildfire in Texas history and the second largest (by acreage) in the history of the United States.

The fires, smoke, and ash have killed thousands of livestock animals, damaged or destroyed thousands of homes and structures, and injured or affected the health of many people who live or work nearby. Unfortunately for many people, the losses they have incurred as a result of the fires may exceed or fall outside of their insurance coverage.

Fortunately, Texas wildfire victims may have options to seek compensation for their damages. Depending on the circumstances, affected Texans may seek financial damages for evacuation expenses, livestock loss, landscaping or vegetation losses, smoke damage, business interruption or loss, burn injuries, underinsured property, wrongful death, and more.

What Should Victims Do?

First and foremost, anyone in the area of an active wildfire should heed evacuation or shelter-in-place warnings whenever possible. A large wildfire is an emergency situation. However, once you and your family are safe, it is important that you get as much information as you can. While townhalls, evacuation shelters, and FEMA have worked together to provide resources, those affected by Texas wildfires have questions and need answers.

  • Where can I find help?
  • Will insurance cover my damages?
  • Do I need an attorney?
  • Do I have a claim?
  • How much is my claim worth?
  • How long will it take?

At Singleton Schreiber, our Texas Wildfire lawyers can help provide answers to these questions, connect you with resources, and provide some clarity in a very uncertain time.

What our clients are saying

"I am very impressed with Singleton Schreiber. We lost our home during the October 2017 Tubbs Fire in Santa Rosa...They have patiently answered all my questions. The regular email updates and town hall meetings held by Jerry have been super helpful. I unreservedly recommend Singleton Schreiber, LLP."

Aneal Shah | Google Review

"The staff and attorneys are very committed, professional, knowledgeable, courteous, and responsive."

Angus Laird | Google Review

"My husband and I wanted to take this chance to thank you, from the bottom of our hearts, for the dedication, competency and unwavering support you and the team provided during a most difficult time of our lives."

Emma Troy | Google Review

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