Wildfire Litigation

You are not alone.


“The Camp Fire in Northern California has claimed nearly three times as many lives and structures than any other wildfire in the state's history.”


It all started when…

In recent years the increasingly hot and dry Western climate has created a perfect environment for devastating wildfires, many ignited by power companies. We have recovered hundreds of million dollars for our clients in California and Utah. Homeowners policies typically cover only a fraction of the costs of restoring what was lost. Insurance coverage is often insufficient to cover costs of rebuilding, restoring landscaping, repairing damage from landslides or flooding, recouping business losses, and replacing personal property, especially art work and other valuable artifacts. We know how to help you restore what was lost and hold the power company accountable.

Over the past decade, we’ve undertaking the following representations:

*2007 San Diego Wildfire (represented approx 200 property owners/residents and recovered over $134M for clients)

*2012 Wood Hollow Fire (represented approx 250 property owners/residents and recovered over $26M for clients)

*2015 Butte Fire (represented approx 425 property owners/residents and recovered over $325M for clients)

*2016 Erskine Fire (represent approx 150 property owners/residents, still in litigation)

*2017 North Bay Fire (represent approx 130 property owners/residents, still in litigation)

*2017 Thomas Fire (ongoing litigation)

We also have made claims for clients to obtain compensation for crop and property damage, which can result from a myriad of causes - leaks, spills, landslides, chemicals, explosions, faulty construction and other calamities. Whatever the cause, if someone damages your property, we can help.



Let’s chat.

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