The lawyers and attorneys at National Injury Help are investigating and accepting Paradise /Camp /Butte Country wildfire lawsuit claims. With these lawsuits we expect large cash claim settlements from any potential fund earmarked by utility company PG&E to cover wildfire victims in Paradise, and Butte Counties.
These wildfire cash awards could mean more money to the victims than from any home owner’s insurance payouts.
If you or someone you know was affected by the Camp Fire in Paradise California, please contact us today for a free case review.
Paradise & Butte County Wildfire Lawsuit Claims and Settlements.
The region of Paradise California and areas of Butte County were severely burned and affected by the Camp fire. This is the largest man made fire in California’s history. Every single claim will be fully investigated and we expect a large settlement from PG&E. Regions within each of the burn areas may also file wildfire lawsuit claims today.
If you can’t return to your location to find if your home of business is still standing, use this CAMP FIRE UPDATED in real time map. https://google.org/crisismap/google.com/2018-camp-fire
If you do not see your location listed, please call us directly at 1-800-214-1010, or use the form on this page. Our locally based (Sacramento, Ca) wildfire lawyers are ready to hold PG&E accountable for these man-made wildfires.
Who can file a Paradise Camp wildfire lawsuit claims?
Anyone who lives in Paradise or Butte County who lost homes or property may join the lawsuit. Types of wildfire lawsuit claims include:
- Property damage. Displaced homeowners and business owners whose residence or business was fully or partially impacted by the fires. This includes landscaping, trees, farms, vineyards, ranches, rental property, etc; that may have burned.
- Personal Injury or Deaths. Persons burned or deceased from the wildfires. Victims of smoke inhalation that required hospitalization or medical treatment.
- Personal Property Damage. Loss of personal property including house contents, vehicles, farm equipment etc, as a result of fires. This can include homeowners, business owners and renters.
- Loss of Rental Housing. Includes personal property damage, relocation expenses, hardship, etc.
How did the Paradise Fire Start? Who’s to Blame?
On Friday November 9 PG&E issued a filing to the CPUC that it had detected an outage on a transmission line in Butte County, occurring approximately 15 minutes before the Camp Fire was first reported and in the same location Cal Fire pinpointed as the origin. The utility said that a recent aerial inspection had detected damage to a transmission tower on that same transmission line a mile northeast of the town of Pulga “in the area of the Camp Fire.”
Here is the actual text from the filing:
Thursday, November 8, 2018 4:09:50 PM
Electric Safety Incident Reported- Pacific Gas & Electric Incident No: 181108-9002
The Following information regarding this incident has been reported:
11/8/2018 6:06:53 PM
11/8/2018 @ 6:15 a.m.
Meredith Allen, Sr. Director – Regulatory Relations
Pacific Gas & Electric
Pulga Rd. Pulga,, Butte County
On November 8, 2018, at approximately 0615 hours, PG&E experienced an outage on the Caribou-Palermo 115 kV Transmission line in Butte County. In the afternoon of November 8, PG&E observed by aerial patrol damage to a transmission tower on the Caribou-Palermo 115 kV Transmission line, approximately one mile north-east of the town of Pulga, in the area of the Camp Fire. This information is preliminary
Camp Fire Lawyers ready to Litigate for Victims.
We’ve already heard of a few lawsuits filed in the California Court systems, some as recent as last Tuesday (November 13, 2018)
The lawyers and attorneys at National Injury Help are investigating and accepting Camp Fire / Paradise, Butte Country PG&E wildfire lawsuit claims. With these lawsuits we expect large cash claim settlements from any fund that may be earmarked by utility company PG&E to cover wildfire victims in the Paradise California area. (PG&E in the past allocated $800 million in such a fund).
Paradise Camp Wildfire Law firms & Lawyers for Claims & Settlements page updated on December 11, 2018 PST 10:30 AM