FIGHTING FOR VICTIMS OF WILDFIRES
Wildfire Recovery Attorneys is actively investigating and filing claims for people affected by the Kincade Fire (Sonoma County), Saddleridge Fire (Los Angeles County), Woolsey Fire (Ventura and Los Angeles Counties). If you or a loved one have been affected, contact us to see how we may be able to help.
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Wildfires in America
It is estimated, on average, wildfires destroy nearly 5 million acres in America every year. These fires travel rapidly causing considerable damage to property and the surrounding environment and tragically hurt or kill people and wildlife. The effects of these fires can sometimes contribute to mudslides.
In some cases, it has been determined certain parties are responsible for some of the fires. Wildfire Recovery Attorneys currently represent thousands of plaintiffs who sustained injuries or incur damages as a result of the fires in lawsuits against the responsible parties. Contact us to learn more.
Recovering Losses After Wildfires
Many people believe that they are properly insured; however, when tragedy strikes, they learn they are not. Unfortunately, many policies do not provide adequate coverage to help homeowners, renters and business owners recover their losses.
Known collectively as Wildfire Recovery Attorneys, Baron & Budd and Dixon Diab & Chambers LLP are nationally-recognized attorneys that teamed up to help those affected by these tragic wildfires. Each of these firms has extensive experience in representing families, businesses and other entities that suffered losses in previous wildfires. Go to our FAQs section for more information.
PG&E Bankruptcy Filing
PG&E filed a Chapter 11 bankruptcy on January 29, 2019. We will continue to provide information on how this will affect your claim.
HBO Vice News – Camp Fire
Our attorney John Fiske was recently interviewed by HBO regarding the Camp Fire. Click below to watch the video.
– Attorney John Fiske
Articles & Updates
June 18, 2019. PG&E to pay $1 billion to local governments affected by wildfires. San Francisco Chronicle
Baron & Budd Announces $360 Million Settlement with Southern California Edison on Behalf of 23 Cities, Counties, and Special Districts for Wildfire Claims
LOS ANGELES -- Today, the national law firm of Baron & Budd announces a $360 million settlement-in-principle with [...]
Despite unfavorable weather conditions, firefighters have continued to contain the Kincade Fire that is burning in California. The [...]