Fire litigation firm Singleton Schreiber filed the suit in San Francisco Superior Court, saying the fire was ignited by the company’s utility infrastructure. Their lawsuit says PG&E is responsible for the destruction and/or damage of resident’s property and possessions, as well as for major out-of-pocket expenses, mental anguish, medical bills, loss of business income, and more that came as a result of the fire. The complaint was filed on behalf of a number of individuals who owned property and/or lived in the area impacted by the Mosquito Fire. For more information or to file a claim, visit our Mosquito Fire Lawsuit page.
Victims of the McKinney Fire that destroyed homes and killed four people in Siskiyou County have sued the Oregon-based utility company providing power in far Northern California, claiming PacifiCorp powerlines sparked the fire. See our McKinney Fire lawsuit page for more information or to file a claim.
SISKIYOU COUNTY, Cal. — A California law firm has a lawsuit filed today against electricity utility company PacifiCorp accusing it of starting the McKinney Fire. See our McKinney Fire lawsuit page for more information or to file a claim.
Residents in Northern California allege that sparks from PacifiCorp’s high-voltage transmission lines and other equipment are what ignited the deadly McKinney fire last month near the California-Oregon border in Siskiyou County, according to a lawsuit filed earlier this week.
A wildfire that killed an elderly couple and destroyed more than 200 homes near Ruidoso in April was caused by Public Service Company of New Mexico’s failure to properly maintain vegetation near its power lines, according to a lawsuit filed by a California-based law firm.