Denver Injury Law LLC and Schack Law Group break new information about Marshall Fire Effecting Superior, Louisville and Lafayette Burning

Boulder, CO- April 9, 2022. Denver Injury Law LLC and Schack Law Group hosted a Town Hall seminar for the public and victims of the Marshall fire of December 30, 2021, and broke new information about the substantial causes and severity of the burning to decimate Superior, Louisville and Lafayette townships. Public Service Company Xcel owns property nearby the Sagamore neighborhood in Superior, which was completely decimated by the Marshall Fire. Denver Injury Law LLC and Schack Law Group have learned from eyewitnesses that the PSC_Xcel property was covered with tons of dry wood chips that caught fire and blew burning embers into the air with 100+ mph winds creating an inferno on the upwind edge of town.


Public Service Company Xcel Property near Superior, CO
Boulder County Assessor Property Information
Aerial photo of Public Service Company Xcel Property before fire
Overlay of Property near Superior, CO

Denver Injury Law LLC and Schack Law Group have released a press statement about the new information:

Jan 12, 2022: For immediate release: AVERY LAW FIRM-Boulder, is investigating Boulder County Marshall wildfire class action-insurance bad faith, accepting new clients. All cases handled on contingency fee basis: no recovery, no fee.

Denver Trial Lawyer James Avery
America’s Top 100 High Stakes Litigator

Colorado’s Top Injury Lawyer James Avery is investigating the cause of 2021 Boulder wildfires on behalf of clients whose homes were lost. Boulder office. To join in the action, contact Us now: Ph. 303-840-2222 or complete the confidential contact form below and we will contact you back:

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