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PG&E may have ignited the deadly Camp Fire. You may have legal rights, fill out the form below to schedule a free consultation with our team.
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You have legal options. Why join our team?
Local attorneys available when you are in need
California attorneys, including Paradise Attorney Joseph Earley, ensure our locally-based team is always here to help. We’ve spent months on the ground meeting with fire survivors and helping them recover.
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.
Lead trial lawyer Mikal Watts and his firm Watts Guerra have sued some of the world’s largest corporations — and won. Our team has the resources and legal expertise to beat a behemoth like PG&E.
We don’t just file your lawsuit. Our insurance and contents experts will build your list of personal items
lost in the fire as well as help you deal with your insurance company.
Recovery for trees and landscaping
Our expert arborist, with decades of trial experience, will maximize your recovery for trees, landscaping, fencing, lighting and other items outside of your home, most of which are not covered by insurance.
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We represent thousands of wildfire survivors across California. Contact us today to learn about your legal options and receive a free case review.
Listen to KPAY interview with Joe Earley and Erin Brockovich
Radio Dispatches Show PG&E Equipment Near Camp Fire Ignition
The Mercury News reports early radio transmissions from first responders show PG&E equipment was present near the ignition of the Camp Fire.
PG&E Alerted Homeowner of Sparking Lines The Day Before Camp Fire Started
“A woman who owns land near where a deadly wildfire started in Northern California said Monday that Pacific Gas & Electric Co. sought access to her property just before the blaze started because the utility’s power lines were causing sparks.” – Associated Press, 11/12/18
“PG&E has said it experienced a problem on an electrical transmission line near the site of the massive fire, minutes before the blaze broke out. The fire started on 64 acres of land in Pulga, California, owned by Betsy Ann Cowley. Cowley told The Associated Press she received an email from the utility on Wednesday telling her that crews needed to come to her property to work on the high-power lines because ‘they were having problems with sparks.” – Associated Press, 11/12/18
I’ve lived in Paradise since 1992, like so many of you I lost my home and business in the Camp Fire. I’m committed to making sure our community recovers – that’s why I’ve partnered with the team representing thousands of fire survivors.
We’re here to help guide you through the insurance process and hold PG&E accountable for their role in this tragedy.
– Joseph Earley, Paradise Attorney
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