California Wildfire Claims

California Wildfire Lawsuit

The Camp Wildfire has claimed almost 90 lives, led to an unknown number of injuries and is estimated to have caused between $7.5 and $10 billion in damage. Thousands of homes and hundreds of thousands of acres have been reduced to ash and debris. The Camp wildfire is now being called the deadliest and most destructive fire in modern California history.

The official causes of these fires are still under investigation, but initial reports suggest negligence on the part of electric utilities in maintaining property around power lines may be the cause of these fires. PG&E has been accused of being in violation of the Public Utilities Code by failing to comply with safety statutes and regulations concerning foreseeable fire conditions.

If you lost a loved one to the Camp wildfire, were injured by the fire or suffered property loss, we have nearby offices and we want to talk to you. Call us now at 888-90-FIRES (888-903-4737) for a free, no obligation case evaluation to find out if you qualify for compensation.

How filing a wildfire lawsuit helps you and your family

Filing a wildfire lawsuit can help you get compensation for losses. These losses include the cost of evacuating and temporary housing, lost income, the cost of replacing personal belongings, and emotional trauma.

Losses that you may be eligible to recover money as compensation for include:
  Injury related to wildfire
  Death of a loved one due to wildfire

What to do next

If you or someone you know has been affected by the Northern California Wildfires, call 888-90-FIRES (888-903-4737) for a free, no obligation consultation. If negligence on the part of utility companies is determined to be the cause of these fires, you may be entitled to money damages. All consultations are free and you pay nothing unless we win.


For a FREE, no-obligation case evaluation, call now at 888-903-4737 or complete our form.

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