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Tiffany Square Apartment Fire in Lakewood, CO Killed a Mother and Young Daughter, Injured 10 Others

November 1, 2022 | 2 min read

At 4:14am on Monday, October 31st 2022, a devastating fire engulfed the Tiffany Square Apartments at 935 Sheridan Blvd. in Lakewood, CO, killing a mother and her 10 year-old daughter, and injuring 10 others, including a West Metro firefighter.  The fire displaced residents of all 32 apartment units.  The Lakewood police have launched a criminal investigation under the Major Crimes Unit.

It is unknown at this time the cause or source of the fire, but the involvement of the Lakewood Major Crimes Unit suggests there was an act of negligence or intentional crime.  Burg Simpson is investigating to determine whether the Tiffany Square Apartments met the minimum fire code and acted reasonably to protect its residents from the danger of fire. If you have any information about the Tiffany Square Apartment fire, please call 303-792-5595 or go to and contact us.

Burg Simpson is uniquely positioned to identify broad-scale patterns of unsafe practices and conditions. Aging infrastructure, non-compliance with fire codes, and failure to maintain regulated fire alarms and abatement systems are some of the factors contributing to the high number of deadly fires that persist despite known and available solutions.

The lawyers at Burg Simpson possess experience in successfully investigating and litigating fire and explosion cases all over the country, including states such as Colorado, Wyoming, Nebraska, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and New York. They routinely combine their exhaustive knowledge of federal, state, and local regulations with an extensive network of engineers, fire scientists, and utility-industry experts. This approach has enabled Burg Simpson to take on some of the largest corporate entities in the world and hold them to account for their roles in bringing about preventable injuries, death, and property damage.