Fatal House Fire in Glen Burnie

On Saturday 26, January, emergency officials responded to a call in the 7430 Bensville Road in Waldorf, where a one-alarm fire took place. Upon further investigation, responders discovered the body of a male individual and a dog at the scene. Police are yet to identify the victim. A comprehensive investigation is currently underway.

A 911 call was received at approximately 11:05 p.m. from an occupant who discovered the fire. It took 45 Waldorf Volunteer Fire Department personnel approximately 20 minutes to secure the scene. Once the fire was extinguished, ad adult male and a dog were found deceased in the single-story wood frame house. His body was transported to a nearby medical center to determine the exact cause of death.

If You Were Affected by The Fire in Catonsville, Contact the Fire Loss Attorneys at Azrael, Franz, Schwab, Lipowitz & Solter

The attorneys at Azrael, Franz, Schwab, Lipowitz & Solter understand that fire-related incidents can be devastating to families. These accidents can affect each family member in several overwhelming ways that are sure to alter their lives. It is common for fire loss victims and survivors to feel saddened, confused or even depressed after such a tragic event. The fire loss attorneys at Azrael, Franz, Schwab, Lipowitz & Solter have decades of experience providing legal counsel to those whose loved ones have been affected by deadly fires. Our firm’s delicate and personal approach allows us to provide impeccable service to family members in need of a strong, yet tactful advocate.

If you were affected by the one-alarm fire in Waldorf, Maryland, we urge you to contact our attorneys. We can help. To learn more about your legal options after a serious injury, contact the victim advocates at Azrael, Franz, Schwab, Lipowitz & Solter.

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