Approximately 3,000 people die and 15,000 are hurt every year due to fire accidents. These kinds of accidents have terrible consequences since they produce deaths, damages and terrible losses in houses and properties. Sometimes injuries are not so catastrophic when the victims have fire extinguishers in their homes.
Other consequence of a fire is the personal damage that it may cause such as burn injuries. The victims of fires can suffer terribly grave injuries. The problem is that even when people are conscientious of the fire dangers in their homes, they ignore them. About 85% of the fires include personal houses, which may be avoided through very easy measures and maintenance.
There are many different ways or measures that are very important to prevent your house burning in flames. Some of them are never to leave the stove on while there is nobody at home, frayed chains and electrical cords have to be fixed or replaced, sockets must not be overfull, things like matches and chemicals must be away from fireplaces. If you smoke, ensure that the cigarette is completely extinguished before you throw it into the wastebasket and try do not smoke in places like the bedrooms and kitchen because in these places are often little and in case of a fire, it would be more difficult to control it.
If you or someone you know has suffered a fire and has lost houses or properties, contact your lawyer and ask him/her about the possibilities to be awarded in a possible court case.