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Sam Eagle  
Muppet Land  
January 27, 2013 9:41pm
 
This is probably how it's gonna go down:

-Fireworks place's insurance will pay its maximum on the claim. It might cover the building, but not the stock, so the fireworks place will sue those responsible for the fire for the rest.

-Fireworks place's insurance company will seek to recoup its losses by going after the homeowner's insurance of the people responsible for the fire. The policy will be insufficient to cover the loss, and the fireworks place's insurance company will sue the homeowner, too.

-The responsible party likely will be cited by the county, who by rights also could sue to recoup the costs associated with fighting the fire and blocking traffic.

-The responsible party will lose his property because of being unable to pay the bills.

My advice to the property owner: get a decent lawyer, because you're gonna need one. This will be even worse if the responsible party or the fireworks place were not insured. At any rate, sadly, it's gonna get ugly.
     
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