What type of lawyer do I need in the case of a house fire injury?

A personal injury attorney is the type of attorney who can help you deal with the person or company responsible for your house fire injury. The manufacturing company of a defective product or any other potential defendant will certainly have a lawyer to minimize liability and damages. That's why you should also be represented by an experienced attorney who can gather and present evidence for your case.


If you've suffered a Miami house fire injury, you need to hire a personal injury attorney. Here’s the point: the individual or company responsible for the fire and for your injury (landlord or a company that manufactured the defective products that caused the fire) will most probably already have an attorney.

If you don't have a personal injury attorney, you'll have to fight alone to get fair compensation. In every house fire injury case, our team investigates the facts and looks at the evidence to find out who is responsible for the injuries. We look at what caused the fire, corporate and real estate documents, and any other pieces of evidence.

Miami fire injury attorney Sean M. Cleary has recovered millions of dollars for house fire injury victims in cases that began with or involved:

How can The Law Offices of Sean M. Cleary help you in a house fire injury case?

Here are some types of fire injury claims that we handle at The Law Offices of Sean M. Cleary:

  • Injuries caused by the defective maintenance of the building
  • Injuries caused by defective products
  • Injuries caused by explosions
  • Injury cases involving defective or missing smoke alarms

At The Law Offices of Sean M. Cleary, we've represented many injured folks who've suffered fire injuries and families who've lost loved ones in house fires.

If you feel hopeless because you don’t know where to start, call us to speak with a fire injury attorney about your case. If you, or a loved one, were injured in a Miami house fire call us today for a free initial consultation.

Disclaimer: Please note that the information provided on this site is not formal legal advice, also the site does not allow you to form an attorney-client relationship.