PG&E is responsible for thousands of destroyed homes across California. We’re committed to holding them accountable.

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Upcoming Virtual Town Hall Meetings

On Tuesday, December 1st, our team will hold live, virtual town hall meetings to answer your questions about holding PG&E accountable. RSVP to hold your spot. 

Kincade Fire: December 1st, 6:00 PM PT Click to RSVP

Zogg Fire: December 1st, 8:00 PM PT Click to RSVP

Zogg Fire:

The Zogg Fire started on the afternoon of Sunday, September 27th and burned over 56,000 acres in Shasta County. Over 200 structures were burned and four fatalities have been reported. State investigators have seized PG&E equipment near the ignition point for this fire as the investigation continues.

Glass Fire:

The Glass Fire started on the morning of Sunday, September 27th and has already burned over 67,000 acres in Napa and Sonoma Counties. Over 1,500 structures have already been destroyed in this devastating fire.

Kincade Fire:

The Kincade Fire began on October 23rd, 2019 in Sonoma County, northeast of Geyserville. Nearly 400 structures were destroyed in this fire. CalFire has determined that transmission lines owned by PG&E were responsible for igniting this fire.

About Our Team:

Erin Brockovich will be on your side

Erin is famous for taking on PG&E—and winning. She’s joined our team and is committed to making sure PG&E is held accountable and that tragedies like this never happen again.

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We represent thousands of clients harmed by wildfires across California – including the Camp Fire, Tubbs Fire, Kincade, and more. Experience and resources matter.

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Local attorneys and professionals are here to make sure you have the representation and local contacts you deserve as your claim proceeds.

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