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On December 4, 2017 a fire started north of Santa Paula California and quickly reached the city of Ventura. More than 8,000 firefighters battled the fire taking 40 days to contain the blaze. By the time it was contained 1 civilian and 1 firefighter had been killed. The Thomas Fire burned more than 281,000 acres and destroyed over 1,060 structures. Lawsuits are now underway to compensate victims of the Thomas Fire for wrongful deathpersonal injuriesproperty lossbusiness loss, and other legal damages. If you have been affected by the Thomas Fire, contact Singleton Schreiber fire attorneys to discuss your legal options.

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If you or a loved one were affected by the Thomas Fire, contact an experienced fire attorney at Singleton Schreiber to learn about the Thomas Fire compensation and to understand your legal options.

Thomas Fire Lawsuit Against Southern California Edison

Investigators determined that failing power lines, owned and operated by Southern California Edison, caused the deadly Thomas Fire on December 4, 2017. They concluded that SCE power lines in the upper Anlauf Canyon area slapped against each other, sending molten metal particles onto dry vegetation below and sparking a blaze that would ultimately converge with another fire that began a short time later at nearby Koeningstein Road.