Nina Twomey and Samara Lee Escape Dance Studio Fire In Edgewater New Jersey
EDGEWATER, NEW JERSEY (April 10, 2018) – A number of people were injured after a girls dance studio suddenly caught fire.
Two of the girls that sustained injuries from the fire at the dance studio were Nina Twomey and Samara Lee.
Authorities in Edgewater are saying that Nina Twomey and Samara Lee were able to escape the fire by getting to the balcony and then jumping off. A number of good Samaritans rushed to the scene of the fire in order to help the girls.
More than two dozen girls at the dance studio had to escape after the fire broke out. The dance studio is located next to a hookah lounge and an auto body shop.
LIABILITY IN BUILDING FIRES
Building owners have a responsibility to make sure that their property is reasonably safe and not likely to injure guests or customers. In particular, steps should be taken to reduce the dangers posed by fires. Smoke alarms should be installed in order to properly warn guests of a fire. In addition to smoke alarms and sprinklers, building owners should make sure that exits aren’t blocked by anything. Any person that is injured in a building fire may be able to file a claim for damages.
Our staff at Lipsig Lawyers were greatly concerned to learn about the dance studio fire that injured Nina Twomey and Samara Lee. We extend our thoughts and prayers to all of the victims of this accident as they are recovering. There needs to be a thorough investigation into what happened so that something similar doesn’t happen once more.
If you or someone that you love has been injured in a building fire you may have legal recourse. Our team of highly experienced personal injury attorneys are here to help in any way that we can. Whether you just have questions about your rights or are looking to hire an attorney you’re always welcome to reach out to us if you need help (646) 846-4496.