California Wildfires

The recent California wildfires have been among the deadliest and most destructive in history. Survivors and their families may be able to file a claim.

Time is Running Out For Camp Fire Victims to File Claims

The deadline of 5pm on December 31st is rapidly approaching for survivors of the Camp Fire to file compensation claims. Those affected by the deadly fire sparked by a neglected transmission tower owned by Pacific Gas & Electric (PG&E) must file with the court overseeing the utility’s bankruptcy. PG&E filed for bankruptcy in January 2019 …. Read More

PG&E Tests New Technology to Prevent Future Fires 

The Camp Fire that raged through Paradise, CA in November 2018 was the deadliest in the state’s history—killing at least 85 people. Responsible for igniting the blaze was malfunctioning equipment owned and operated by Pacific Gas & Electric (PG&E). Reports by state regulators detailed that the utility company failed to properly inspect and maintain certain …. Read More

$13.5 Billion PG&E Settlement Approved by Bankruptcy Judge

In just a little over a week since the announcement of a $13.5 billion Camp Fire settlement with PG&E, U.S. Bankruptcy Judge Dennis Montali has approved of the agreement. The settlement resolves individual claims associated with the Camp Fire in Paradise, CA and several other fires that took place in recent years. The $13.5 billion …. Read More

Less than Two Weeks Left to File Camp Fire Compensation Claims

California residents and business owners impacted by the November 2018 Camp Fire have until 5pm on December 31st to file for compensation from Pacific Gas & Electric (PG&E). Since the fire broke out, destroying thousands of structures and taking 85 lives, the utility company was deemed responsible for starting the blaze, and subsequently filed for …. Read More

$13.5 Billion PG&E Settlement Awaits Approval from Governor Newsom and Bankruptcy Judge

With the announcement of a $13.5 billion settlement with Pacific Gas & Electric (PG&E), relief may be on the way for residents and business owners displaced by the relentless Camp Fire that blazed through Butte County, California. However, the settlement still must be approved by U.S. Bankruptcy Judge Dennis Montali, overseeing the PG&E bankruptcy case, …. Read More