PG&E Wildfire Attorneys Helping Northern California Fire Victims


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“Two-thirds of the homes in the U.S. do not have enough insurance to rebuild in the event of a total loss.”
- United Policyholders, 2017

Let us help you recover the difference.
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PG&E Wildfire Lawsuit

Mounting evidence shows that PG&E’s failure to properly maintain its electrical equipment and surrounding vegetation caused the 2017 North Bay Fires, the 2018 Camp Fire, and the 2019 Kincade Fire. With litigation underway, we encourage anyone who suffered losses in these fires to learn about the PG&E wildfire lawsuit and consider your legal options.

Recover Your Insurance Shortfall

Many Northern California residents were either not insured or not adequately insured for the extensive losses these fires caused. In fact, insurance companies set insufficient coverage limits for large scale disasters such as these in order to offer lower and more competitive premiums. Regardless of your insurance coverage, however, you are entitled to pursue compensation from PG&E based on the company's role in causing these unprecedented wildfires.

Understand the PG&E Bankruptcy

PG&E filed for voluntary Chapter 11 bankruptcy to restructure its finances and resolve its wildfire liabilities. The company is not insolvent, and the bankruptcy does not limit the rights of fire victims to pursue their legal damages. Rather, wildfire claims arising before January 29, 2019 (the date of PG&E's bankruptcy petition) will be resolved as part of the Chapter 11 proceedings. Claims arising out of more recent fires, such as the Kincade Fire, could be resolved as administrative claims in the current bankruptcy or in civil court against the reorganized PG&E.

Legal Help at No Cost

If you choose to pursue your claim against PG&E, you will not be required to pay any legal fees or expenses out of pocket. Our attorneys collect fees and costs only as a percentage of the money damages we recover on your behalf, and only if your case is successful. We are committed to helping our community members receive fair compensation following these disasters and we invite your questions about our firm's contingency percentage. Reach our office by phone or through our brief online form at any time to learn how we can help.