On November 26, 2019, the Wildfire Professionals at WildfirePros.com are hosting a public information meeting at the Veterans Memorial Hall at the Fairgrounds in Spanish Fork, Utah about property damage resulting from the Pole Creek and Bald Mountain Fires that resulted from the fires being allowed to burn and then escaping control on September 10, 2018.

Forest Service firefighters did much of the damage to private property by letting the fires burn and then adding insult to injury by lighting private property on fire on or about September 16 on purpose as part of their suppression strategy.

Was your property burned in the 2018 Pole Creek/Bald Mountain Fire? If so, you are entitled to compensation for damages from the Government.

We spent several days reviewing the damage in September and will be back to do more damage assessments in mid to late November.

Public Information Meeting Details:

For property owners whose property was burned by the Pole Creek/Bald Mountain Fire in Sept/Oct of 2018. This meeting is to provide information on damage compensation you are entitled to from Government. We will offer assistance to fill out the Standard Form 95, Tort Claim form. You will need professional help to assess and value your fire damages and prepare your report.

Tuesday, November 26 2019
7pm – 9pm
Veterans Memorial Banquet Hall
380 N Main St. Spanish Fork, Utah.

Walk-ins are welcome.

Please RSVP to: Frank Carroll

[email protected]