Families of two victims of the Oakland Ghost Ship warehouse fire have filed the first lawsuits following the tragic blaze that killed 36 people. In addition to building owner Chor Nar Siu Ng and landlords Derick Almena and Micah Allison, the lawsuit also targets a promoter, a California-based music label, a Madison, Wisconsin-based musician and two landlords of nearby properties who “provided utilities and services to the Ghost Ship, including a supply of electricity from their premises and a restroom on their premises for use by patrons and invitees during music and other events.” How did the fire start and who will be responsible are just a few of the questions that will be investigated in the coming months. The scope of this tragedy is tremendous. If you have questions about the Ghost Ship warehouse fire or insurance claims, give us a call at 813-258-4998.
February 2, 2017