Fire Safety Negligence? Update: Tina Coble Norris Identified as Victim In Archdale, NC Apartment Fire.

Victim In Archdale, NC Apartment Fire Fatality Identified as Tina Coble Norris.

Update: Tina Coble Norris Identified as Victim Found Dead In Archdale, NC Apartment Fire. (MyFox8.com)

Could the death from this apartment fire have been prevented and are justice and compensation available to the victim’s family? Read Our Legal Take below to find out what legal options are available.

Local News

Update: According to MyFox8.com, The victim found dead after an Archdale apartment fire has been identified as “Tina Coble Norris, 50, of Archdale.”

A fire engulfed an Archdale, North Carolina apartment building early Wednesday evening, October 9, 2019, leaving one person dead.

As reported by WXII12.com, “[t]he Guil-Rand Fire Department along with officers from the Archdale Police Department responded to [an] Apartment Home complex in the 300 block of Brookwood Circle shortly before 5 p.m.”

MyFox8.com is reporting, “[f]irefighters extinguished the fire and…one person was found dead.”

Randolph County EMS, Office of the State Fire Marshal, and ATF are assisting in this ongoing investigation.

Our Legal Take

As authorities continue their investigation, premises liability attorneys with The Murray Law Firm question whether a lack of fire safety measures at the complex may have contributed to this incident.

  • What fire safety measures, such as working smoke detectors, fire sprinklers and emergency exits, were in place and working at the time of the fire?
  • When was the last fire inspection performed on the property?
  • Were any safety measures required to be added after any previous fire inspections?

As details of this fire continue to emerge, The Murray Law Firm suggests that it is possible that the property owner or management failed to undertake proper safety measures to protect those residents and guests legally on the premises. Under certain State law, the owner and management company of an apartment complex have a duty to protect residents and to keep the premises safe. If the owner or manager failed in this duty, the family of Tina Coble Norris may elect to hold the owner or management company civilly liable for their loss and suffering. Financial recovery for such a claim could be substantial.

As insurance companies and unscrupulous property owners are often more concerned with limiting their financial exposure in these incidents, it is crucial that the family of Tina Coble Norris retain an experienced premises liability firm as soon as possible to ensure all evidence, such as a faulty fire alarm or a poor evacuation plan, is preserved and their best interests are protected. The Murray Law Firm has extensive experience in premises liability and apartment negligence cases, such as this, and we offer our legal expertise, if needed.

If anyone has information to share, or if anyone is seeking information regarding this incident, please contact us at 888.842.1616.

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