Crowley v. Micale

Superior Court Middlesex

Cases | Wrongful Death

While Plaintiff’s descendent was asleep at a friend’s home, the premises was engulfed in a fast-moving fire, originating from a wood-burning stove. The cause and origin of the blaze was vigorously contested. Plaintiff’s experts were able to identify breaches in an ash can used to transport smoldering embers and determined an escaped ember was the cause of the fire.

At a mediation on the eve of trial, obtained a substantial settlement for the decedents’ estate.