Zogg Fire Lawyers
Representing Zogg Fire Victims in Igo, Ono, and Shasta County
We invite you to speak with one of our experienced Zogg Fire Lawyers regarding potential claims and legal rights. Please call us at 866-487-2413 or email us at email@example.com for a free consultation. We can help you find the answers to your questions and take your first step towards getting compensated.
Potter Handy, LLP is partnering with local Igo/Ono attorney Mark Cibula at Cibula Law firm.
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PG&E equipment seized as part of investigation into the cause of deadly Zogg Fire.
Cal Fire has taken possession of Pacific Gas and Electric Company equipment as part of an investigation into the cause of a deadly wildfire burning in Shasta County.
The Zogg Fire was first reported around 3 p.m. on Sept. 27. Since then, it has burned 56,338 acres, and at least four people have been killed in the blaze.
PG&E, the nation’s largest utility, recently emerged from bankruptcy caused by financial fallout from several devastating wildfires caused by its utility equipment that destroyed more than 27,000 homes and other buildings in 2017 and 2018 and killed more than 100 people.
The utility “PG&E” had cut power in the general area of the Zogg fire, but it hadn’t de-energized lines where the blaze is thought to have started. PG&E said its records indicated that its equipment recorded alarms and other activity related to a power line in an area where the Zogg fire began and near the time of its ignition. – Redding.com
PG&E filed an Electric Incident Report (EIR) with the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) when PG&E learned that CAL FIRE had taken possession of PG&E equipment as part of CAL FIRE’s investigation into the cause of the Zogg Fire in Shasta County. – Redding.com
Zogg Fire Lawsuit – Compensation You Can Seek
While each case is different, common damage categories include:
- Business losses
- Damage to trees, timber, or underwood
- Depreciation in the value of your land
- Emotional distress
- Harm to pets or livestock
- Loss of crops
- Lost wages
- Personal injury
- The cost to repair or replace your home and personal property
- The loss of use and enjoyment of your property
- Wrongful death
You may be entitled to damages that your insurance – even good insurance — won’t cover. 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 upheaval caused by the Zogg Fire. The law provides for more compensation than most people realize.
When our Zogg Fire Lawyers take on a case, we are consciously thorough in our investigations. We must be sure that we have identified all of your damages and accurately calculated them. We will not be satisfied with a case outcome unless you get every last penny you deserve from the parties responsible for the destructive Zogg Fire. Call us at (866) 487-2413
Review Your Claim with a Zogg Fire Lawyer
If you or a loved one has been a victim of a utility-company-related wildfire, we will seek damages on your behalf for the losses you have incurred with absolutely no out-of-pocket expenses from you.
Potter Handy (Wildfire Legal Center) represents plaintiffs in fire injury and damage lawsuits filed against Pacific Gas and Electric Company for the devastating property damage, economic losses, and disruption to homes, businesses, and livelihoods caused by recent California wildfires.
If you would like to speak with a California wildfire lawyer, call us at (866) 487-2413 or use the contact form on this page.
Zogg Fire News:
- 11/03/2020 – PG&E Denies Prioritizing Cleanup in Low Fire-Risk Areas
- 10/30/2020 – PG&E says it could face significant liability due to September Zogg Fire
- 10/28/2020 – PG&E noted equipment trouble just minutes before the Zogg Fire started
- 10/27/2020 – PG&E releases Zogg Fire timeline after court order
- 10/12/2020 – Zogg Fire: Shasta County District Attorney joins PG&E probe into what caused the blaze
- 10/09/2020 – Cal Fire takes possession of PG&E equipment as Zogg Fire investigation continues
- 10/09/2020 – PG&E Electric Incident Report