Erin Brockovich is on our team
Erin Brockovich, one of the nation’s leading consumer advocates, has joined the team representing thousands of North Bay residents against PG&E over its role in the October 2017 wildfires.
Erin has spent decades fiercely advocating for those who have been harmed by corporate negligence including PG&E. We’re committed to giving our clients the best possible representation and advice throughout this process to ensure that everyone who was impacted by these tragic fires has their questions answered – Erin’s experience and passion will be critical in the weeks ahead.
27 years ago, Erin Brockovich took on PG&E for contaminating groundwater in Hinkley, CA – the case was the subject of the Oscar-winning movie, Erin Brockovich. Since then, she has continued to be an advocate for those harmed by the reckless behavior of corporations and has taken on PG&E in other California communities.
Erin Brockovich has met with survivors of the October wildfires and will continue to play an active role in the Mauro Archer and Associates team to ensure PG&E is held accountable.
In the news
“This, I think, is one of the most critical times for everyone to come together,” Brockovich said, adding that residents need to stand up for themselves and make sure that they tell their public officials that they want the utility company to be held accountable. – Napa Valley Register, 6/20/18
“It hurts when people email me and they’re confused and they’re lost and they don’t know who to believe,” she said. “I’m not going stand here and push you any one way. You’re always going to make your own choices, but I am going to ask you again to remember — you were here, you know right from wrong. You know what you need and that we need to speak up. I’m not sure why we haven’t done it for so long, but we’re here today.”
Brockovich gained national attention nearly two decades ago, when her work as a legal clerk was portrayed in a blockbuster Hollywood movie about groundwater contamination in the town of Hinkley, California. The 2000 movie, “Erin Brockovich,” dramatized her investigation and legal battle against PG&E, and the subsequent $333 million settlement. – Press-Democrat, 6/19/18
High-profile consumer advocate Erin Brockovich spoke with Santa Rosa families Tuesday after joining an effort to hold PG&E accountable for damages caused by the North Bay wildfires.
Brockovich has the star power and the experience suing PG&E and winning. Now, she will take on the utility again after Cal Fire said PG&E equipment is to blame for starting many of the fires, and hundreds of victims have filed lawsuits.
Law firms Mauro Archer and Associates as well as Watts Guerra are working with Brockovich, and North Bay attorneys representing hundreds of fire victims say her insight will help their efforts to hold the utility company accountable. – NBC Bay Area, 6/19/18
Erin Brockovich, known for successfully suing PG&E in the 1990s, is back at it.
And on Tuesday night, she talked with fire victims during an intimate meet-and-greet.
People who lost everything to the Firestorm tell KRON4 that having Brockovich on their side is a boost of confidence, considering she’s successfully taken on power giant PG&E before.
So, they hope with her help they’ll do it again.
“I was amazed riding through town today through some of the sites,” Brockovich said. “A lot of those trees have grown right into those power lines so this has to be dealt with.”
Brockovich is taking action Cal Fire determined their equipment is responsible for at least a dozen of the destructive fires. – KRON 4, 6/19/18