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Experienced Wildfire Lawyers

Wildfire Litigation

The attorneys at Fox Law are experienced wildfire litigators. Dave Fox sits on the Plaintiffs’ Executive Committee for the 2015 Butte Fire currently being litigated against PG&E in Sacramento. Dave also played a key role in the Powerhouse Fire litigation in Los Angeles, which ultimately led to an approximate $100 million recovery for wild fire victims. Courtney Vasquez, Joanna Simon and Chris Hendricks have also facilitated millions of dollars in settlements for wildfire victims. Our attorneys also represent individuals and businesses that were affected by the recent North Bay fires in Napa, Sonoma and Santa Rosa, as well as individuals affected by the fires in Redwood Valley and Clearlake.

Wildfires often occurs with very little warning, and there can be disastrous consequences. Even when property owners have insurance, the coverage doesn’t always extend to fire-related disasters. And if it does, the coverage is nearly always insufficient.

Wildfires are a major threat to those who those who live in warm and dry climates, especially in California. Each year, fires across the country cause billions of dollars in property damage. This kind of catastrophic damage often occurs due to the negligence of a utility company. Representatives may make dangerous errors, such as not allowing for adequate clearance when working around power lines, forested areas, and brush.

Extensive property damage can mean you have to relocate on short notice and bear the burden of repairs and the rebuilding process. We provide essential support and advice about how to file a claim against the parties responsible for your property damage.

If you’re dealing with property damage as a result of a wildfire, or some other unfortunate incident, schedule a consultation with our team. We can examine the details of your case and discuss the path to compensation for the damages you’ve suffered.

Breaking News:

Fox Law Forms Wildfire Legal Group

Lawsuits Filed on Tragic Butte Wildfire Blaming PG&E for Negligence