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| Bradshaw & Bryant PLLC

We have a fire hydrant on the front left corner of our yard. Other than having to cut the grass closer around it, I really didn’t think much about it. Last year, our local fire department representative showed up at the door. His request was that we keep an eye on the area around it as the snow built up. They would continue to drive around and clear as needed, but it would help a lot if we would take care of ours.

Nationally, the same idea is spreading in areas where it snows. Clearly, it is one of those items where a little prevention can ensure there isn’t a much bigger problem when hydrants are needed.

If you are involved with a house fire, keep in mind that time limits for making a claim can be very short. Make sure you review your home insurance coverage quickly and thoroughly. Also consider contacting an experienced Attorney to help you. Fires come quick and destroy a lot. Do what you can beforehand to make sure the firemen can get to your local hydrants.

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