A Chicago, Illinois apartment housing complex fire left three children dead yesterday. As the mother of the three children recovers in the hospital with burn injuries and personal injuries many questions on liability for the fire remain. The Chicago fire occurred in a Cook County owned housing unit that reports say was slated for a future demolition. Investigations remain open as to what caused the Summit fire, it could have been from a burning candle or an electrical fire. The only thing that remains for sure is mother of three, Ebony Tiggs, life will forever be changed. Chicago housing fire lawyers Levin & Perconti know all too well the struggle that a family can go through after losing loved ones to an apartment fire. The most current Summit apartment fire is reminiscent of the lawyers past housing fire case which lead to a six million dollar settlement. To read about the tragedy that has occurred to the Tiggs family click here.