Thousands Of Camp Fire Victims Resist Filing Claims For Large Cash Settlements
PG&E has been found to be at fault for the Camp Fire, which means that thousands of victims are able to collect large cash settlements. Victims must file a claim in order to be eligible for compensation. Call Now 530-212-7582
*Deadline to file a court claim may be extended. (Courts have not yet issued the extension). We’ll file your claim for you. Call Now 530-212-7582
How Much Compensation Will I Receive? Is It Really That Much?
The amount you recover depends upon your losses, but the average claim is worth several hundred thousand dollars.
But I Have Insurance
You may be entitled to damages that your insurance won’t cover, even with good insurance. In addition to underinsured homes, most insurance policies don’t cover vegetation that is not part of the landscaping, natural vegetation or compensation for you or your family for the upset to your lives. The law provides for more compensation than most people realize.
Does It Affect My FEMA Assistance?
No, absolutely not. Many of the victims of the Camp Fire fear that they will lose their FEMA assistance if they claim their cash settlement; this is not accurate. PG&E is responsible for the physical, mental, and deadly damage that has impacted thousands of Butte County residents.
- Lost your home or business
- Renters who have been displaced
- Suffered emotional trauma or distress
- Suffered land or property damage
- Vegetation was destroyed
- Your multifamily building was destroyed or damaged
We can help you seek compensation for your loss
Don’t miss your window of opportunity, if you wait you could be left with little to nothing. Call Now 530-212-7582
Our California Wildfire Attorneys will seek damages on your behalf for the losses you have incurred. With over 20 years of litigation experience, we will represent those families who have suffered in the Camp Fire.
Call Now 530-212-7582 or email us to schedule a free, confidential consultation.
To learn more, visit our page Camp Fire Legal Center.