My neighbor was cooking something on the stove when she answered the door and started talking to someone else. The neighbor forgot that she had a pot of water boiling on the stove and it started to boil over. Water and fire caused sparks to spread and a fire started in the kitchen. The lady didn’t realize that a fire had started until there was a lot of smoke inside of her apartment. She panicked and ran down the hall to get help instead of trying to put out the fire. There was a lot of smoke and water damage inside of her apartment and my apartment. We share ductwork because our apartments are on top of each other. After the fire, all I could smell was it and smoke inside of my apartment. I contacted the Jacksonville apartment association and I requested the ductwork to be cleaned and sanitized. The apartment association manager wanted me to pay for the service, because she did not think that it was necessary. I threatened to call a lawyer so the manager of the apartment building agreed to pay for a Jacksonville ductwork cleaning company to sanitize and clean all of the ductwork in my apartment. The manager also paid for a Jacksonville heating and AC company to maintain and clean the heating and AC equipment. I also got the manager to pay for a fresh carpet cleaning. I tried to get as much as I could out of the apartment manager after the fire caused so much damage and disruption.