Oroville Camp Fire Disaster Assistance Center to Close

FEMA has announced that Friday, February 8th will be the final day of operation for the Camp Fire Disaster Assistance Center in Oroville, CA. The center provides various kinds of disaster recovery resources for homeowners, renters and small-business owners, such as paperwork to file for government aid, government cleanup of debris, and government loans. The Disaster Assistance Centers in Chico and Paradise will continue to operate beyond the end of this week.

The November 2018 Camp Fire raged through Northern California, killing 86 civilians and destroying 19,000 properties. Individuals affected by the devastating wildfire have until February 15, 2019 to register for federal disaster loan assistance programs. FEMA is encouraging all survivors to do so.

Survivors of the Camp Fire may also be able to file lawsuits against PG&E for compensation to help pay for expenses associated with these wildfires, such as injuries, deaths, and property damage. If you and your family suffered damages during the Camp Fire, please contact one of our attorneys today at (866) 265-0874 for a free, confidential evaluation of your potential claim.