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Deadly Fire at Apartment Complex Leads to Over $6M Settlement

The property management and garbage companies for Northeast Portland’s Heidi Manor Apartments have agreed to pay more than $6 million to settle a lawsuit brought by the families of three people killed and another man injured in a July Fourth fire there in 2021.

A civil suit remains active against Cosmo Investments and Melvyn Seger, the owners of the property off Northeast Weidler Street.

The settlements reached with David Nase Property Management and Heiberg Garbage & Recycling will allow the victims’ families to concentrate their efforts “on the remaining two defendants who, in our opinion, bear the bulk of the fault,” attorney Scott C. Lucas wrote in court papers. Lucas represents the families of the four roommates in Apartment 4.


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