PG&E Lawsuit | Campfire Lawsuit
Our firm is pursing cases on behalf of individuals affected by the Campfire wildfire. We are investigating and handling property damage claims, business losses, and other injuries stemming from the deadly fires that struck northern California on November 8, 2018. The Camp Fire wildfire is regarded as the most destructive in California history. The tragedy burned more than 130,000 acres in Butte County, destroying thousands of homes, businesses, and injuring and killing dozens of people.
Dozens of lawsuits were filed against utility-giant Pacific Gas & Electric Corporation (PG&E) following the deadly Campfire wildfire. The petitions alleged that the Camp Fire began when a high voltage transmission line failed, igniting vegetation. An investigation as to the cause of the fire is still under investigation by the California Department of Forestry & Fire Protection (“Cal Fire”).
PG&E filed for bankruptcy relief shortly after the tragic Campfire wildfire and the filing of wildfire lawsuits against the company.
As part of a restructuring plan, PG&E has offered compensation to the victims of wildfires sparked by its power lines.
Our firm, along with our co-counsel Matthews & Associates, is working diligently through the procedures mandated by the bankruptcy proceedings to obtain compensation for hundreds of victims affected by the Campfire wildfire.
Contact our firm today to arrange a private consultation, and we will discuss your case at length with you, and advise you of your legal options.