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Possible Arson at Colorado Office of BLM

Authorities are investigating the possibility of arson at the federal Bureau of Land Management office in Gunnison, Colorado after someone vandalized computers and set fire to the building this past weekend. A property damage assessment is o underway however it appears the building sustained primarily smoke and water damage losses. An arson-trained dog is being […]

Save the Date! Jeff Berino to Speak at DRI’s Fire Science & Litigation Seminar 2013

Are you an insurance professional or attorney handling fire litigation cases ? If so, kickoff 2013 with red-hot fire investigation information and register to attend  DRI’s Fire Science and Litigation Seminar 2013 happening January 24 -25, 2013 in Scottsdale, Arizona. “With over 9.2 million acres consumed by wildfires in 2012 and a persistent drought in […]

This Just In: Fire Fee Creates Controversy

No doubt that 2012 has been one of the most devastating years on record for wildfires in the U.S. But, having said that, a new fire protection fee has ignited anger amongst 800,000 California residents who own property in wildfire country. The fee, which could run as much as $150 for a single occupied dwelling, […]

Listen In: America’s Radio Network Interviews Jeff Berino, Western Colorado Incident Commander, to Discuss the Western Wildfires in the U.S.

Episode Spotlight Between Idaho, Nevada, and Washington State, U.S. fire resources are being juggled like chess pieces according to Jeff Berino, Pie’s Senior Fire Investigator and Western Colorado Incident Commander. With a record season for wildfires, followed by drought and heat, fire officials still have 52 uncontained large wildfires to put out in the U.S., […]

A Wildfire “Perfect Storm” Parallel

  During an interview this past June with America’s Radio News Network, Jeffrey Berino, wildfire investigator expert, referenced the words “perfect storm” when describing the atmospheric conditions at the outset of the numerous wildfires raging through Colorado right now. Unfortunately, it seems these conditions are not exclusive to the Colorado landscape. According to Edward Ortiz […]