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Wildfire Litigation Blog

Deadline Approaches to File Camp Fire Claim

October 16, 2019 Blog,Wildfire Litigation Blog

November 8, 2018 is still fresh in our minds as the day the deadliest and most destructive wildfire in California’s history started. The Camp Fire killed 85 people, injured many civilians and firefighters, and burned more than 153,000 acres in and around Paradise, CA.

Fire Season May Now Be Year-Round in California

We as Californians grew up knowing that wildfire season peaks during mid-summer through early fall following the dry season. However, new patterns suggest fires in the state may no longer be so predictable.

“Camp Fire” Deaths: Recourse for Families

March 27, 2019 Wildfire Litigation Blog

Many families lost loved ones in the Camp Fire that broke out near Paradise, California in November 2018. No person should have to endure the devastation of losing someone in a fire, especially one that might have been prevented.

Why PG&E Is At Fault For The 2018 Camp Fire

January 27, 2019 Wildfire Litigation Blog

The liability (fault) case against PG&E for the devastating Camp Fire is the strongest liability case of all of the Northern California Fires that occurred in 2017 and 2018. It is highly likely PG&E will be held legally responsible for the Camp Fire, and here is why.

Camp Fire Trial Lawyers Honored to Represent Survivors of the Camp Fire

CaseyGerry is honored to team up with Tom Tosdal and Michael Feinberg as the Camp Fire Trial Lawyers to represent those harmed by the Camp fire.  We are proud to present this heartfelt tribute “My Hometown” by local country music artist Tim Thurman.

CaseyGerry Files Camp Fire Lawsuit on Behalf of Butte County Families

CaseyGerry has filed a lawsuit in Butte County Superior Court on behalf of families injured and impacted by the November 2018 wildfire. The suit alleges that the fire began with a malfunctioning high-voltage power line, one that Pacific Gas & Electric (PG&E) knew about and failed to repair.