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Chicago Robert Allison Housing Development Fire Leads to Burn Injuries and Death

Robert Allison housing development fire has lead to the death of three children and their mother Ebony Tiggs who was taken to the hospital with personal injuries and burn injuries. Despite the fast response of ambulances and fire trucks tragedy often occurs in house fires, complex fires and other fire accidents. Burn injuries often can be very severe and difficulty for patients to recover from but in this current fire in Suburban Summit the true despair rests with the death of three children from the fire. The three children who died part of the Robinson family ranged in age from one to 8 years old. Recovering from a tragedy like this can take an eternity and there is no word yet if the fire victims family has decided to pursue an legal action or a lawsuit against the complex or housing development. There is hope for the family that justice can be served in the aftermath of housing fire deaths. Recently the Chicago, Illinois law firm of Levin & Perconti reached a six million dollar legal settlement against the landlords of a building that went up in fire. The million dollar settlement occurred after six children were killed in an apartment fire and two other children sustained burn injuries. To see a news clip on the most recent Chicago, Illinois housing apartment fire click here.