CULVER CITY: Allen Treen II Died In Astro Motel Fire Accident By Sepulveda Boulevard

CULVER CITY: Allen Treen II Died In Astro Motel Fire Accident By Sepulveda Boulevard

CULVER CITY: Allen Treen II Died In Astro Motel Fire Accident By Sepulveda Boulevard

2019-01-04T01:41:39+00:00January 4th, 2019|Personal Injury|

Allen Treen Culver City: 81-Year-Old Died In Astro Motel Fire Located On Sepulveda Boulevard

CULVER CITY, CALIFORNIA (January 3, 2018) – An 81-year-old man identified as Allen Treen II has tragically died after suffering burns from a motel fire. 

According to Culver City officials, the blaze started at 3850 Sepulveda Boulevard – which is the location of an Astro Motel. The fire appears to have started in the room where Allen Treen was staying around 3:00 a.m.

The victim suffered severe burns following the Astro Motel fire and was transported to the USC Medical Center in critical condition. Unfortunately, he was later pronounced dead.

Authorities in Culver City are still investigating the source of the fire. 

Liability In Motel Fires

Motel owners have a responsibility to maintain their premises in a reasonably safe manner in order to prevent accidents and injuries. The motel should be compliant with the fire code and be equipped with working smoke detectors. A number of motel fires happen in older buildings with poor electrical wiring. Wires can become exposed over time due to weather and wear. A fire might occur if those exposed wires come into contact with an ignition source, like a leaking gas stove. 

The family of a victim that dies in a motel fire is able to seek justice through California’s wrongful death law CCP Section 377.60. It’s always a good idea to seek the guidance of an experienced premises liability attorney following an accident. An attorney can investigate your claim free of charge and let you know what your rights are. Preserving key pieces of evidence in a timely manner following an accident is crucial when investigating a motel fire. So it’s important to act quickly.

Getting Help After A Motel Fire

We at West Coast Trial Lawyers extend our deepest condolences to the family of Allen Treen II. It is our sincere hope that measures are put in place to make this motel safer. Anyone that may have knowledge about the source of the fire should reach out to authorities as they continue their investigation. 

If someone that you love has died in a motel fire you may have legal recourse. Our team of highly experienced personal injury attorneys are here to help you with whatever you need. We are committed to helping accident victims and making our communities safer in the process. In fact, we’ve successfully resolved thousands of personal injury claims on behalf of our clients. Whether you need a free investigation into your case or just have questions about your rights we are here for you. You’re always welcome to reach out to us with questions at (888) 888-9285.