Wildfire claims can be filed with electric or utility companies, private property owners, product manufacturers, government agencies, businesses, companies, or individuals, depending on who is responsible for starting the fire. For instance, the Dixie Fire, the second-largest wildfire in California's history, was sparked when some power lines owned by Pacific Gas and Electric came into contact with a tree. The wildfire burned nearly one million acres and destroyed over 1,300 homes in the summer of 2021. In cases like this, people who experienced damages from the wildfire can file a claim with the company in addition to seeking compensation from their insurance company.
If you are the victim of a wildfire, meaning it destroyed your possessions or it caused your injuries, do not hesitate to contact our expert team, as you might be eligible to file a wildfire claim. We can help you file a claim both with your insurance company and with the entity responsible for igniting the fire if there is one. The process is very simple and requires minimal involvement from you.
Our team of professionals has over 35 years of experience in evaluating personal injury claims, so if you are the victim of a wildfire, you should contact us to find out whether you are entitled to compensation. We will thoroughly review your case to determine whether you are eligible to file a wildfire claim with your insurance company and the liable entity, if applicable. Eligible individuals will be recommended a top-notch, reliable attorney.