PG&E played a role in last year's wildfires.
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CalFire: PG&E Equipment Started Some October Fires
Initial reports show PG&E equipment was responsible for igniting many of the October wildfires, including the Atlas, Nuns, Redwood, and Pocket Fires. In some cases, CalFire found PG&E in violation of state laws.
We represent thousands of our neighbors in Northern California who have already taken action to hold PG&E accountable. Contact us today and receive a free evaluation of your case.
At no cost to you, we can help you recover your full policy limit from your insurance company. For those without insurance we can help you build a complete contents list that you can use for recovery from PG&E.
PG&E Broke State Law
In the first results of its investigation into the firestorms that erupted across Northern California last October, Cal Fire said Friday that PG&E allegedly failed to remove or trim trees next to power lines that sparked three wildfires in Butte and Nevada counties last fall.
Cal Fire said its investigators found evidence in both counties that PG&E violated state code requiring utilities to maintain adequate clearance between power lines and vegetation.
— North Bay Business Journal
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