A former tenant at the Alpine Motel Apartments filed a lawsuit against the building’s former owner in the latest legal action tied to the 2019 deadly fire.
Victims of the deadliest residential fire in Las Vegas history still suffer from PTSD, long-lasting injuries and struggle to make a living while court case drags on.
City officials have underscored that the program is a major undertaking with limited resources. Thus far, only five of 36 properties have been surveyed.
The family of a woman who died in the 2019 Alpine Motel Apartment fire filed a lawsuit this week against the companies that maintained the building’s fire alarm system.
A Las Vegas residential inspection program launched in response to the deadly Alpine Motel Apartments fire has gotten off to a sluggish start.
A man who was injured jumping from a window to escape the deadly Alpine Motel Apartments fire in 2019 has filed a lawsuit against the building’s former owner.
The former owner of the Alpine Motel Apartments, the site of the deadliest residential fire in Las Vegas city history, filed a lawsuit Tuesday against people he claimed “are more directly responsible.”
New owners of the downtown Las Vegas property plan to turn the Alpine Motel Apartments into modern studio units. Adolfo Orozco sold the building in August 2021.
The Alpine Motel Apartments manager should be held in contempt of court for not responding to two subpoenas, a lawyer representing one of the victims of the deadly fire alleged in court documents.
Two more wrongful death lawsuits have been filed against the owner of the Alpine Motel Apartments — the site of the deadliest residential fire in Las Vegas history.
The lawsuit comes after a judge held an investigator on the defense team in contempt of court for refusing to testify in a criminal case involving a deadly fire.
It’s been a year since the dilapidated Alpine Motel Apartments caught fire. New records detail what went wrong and what could have kept six people from dying.
An investigator working for the Alpine Motel Apartments owner’s defense team was found in contempt of court Tuesday after refusing to testify during a preliminary hearing.
The Alpine Motel Apartments owner, Adolfo Orozco, and manager, Malinda Mier, face one count of manslaughter for each of the victims along with other charges.
An Alpine Motel Apartments property manager and his live-in girlfriend narrowly escaped a fire that killed six people, she testified Tuesday.