Trial law firms McNicholas & McNicholas, LLP, Frantz Law Group, APLC, and Bridgford Gleason & Artinian have filed several lawsuits against Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E) on behalf of victims of the Wine Country Fires, after the utility company’s electrical equipment failed, igniting multiple large-scale fires.
The lawsuits allege that PG&E negligently installed and maintained its electrical equipment, and failed to trim surrounding vegetation to prevent contact with its overhead power lines. Plaintiffs lost loved ones and suffered severe injuries, property damage and more.
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- PG&E facing no criminal charges for 2017 Wine Country Fires
- Butte County Files Lawsuit Against PG&E for Camp Fire Damages
- Northern California fire victims can now file claims with PG&E
- PG&E Faces Lawsuits in Camp Fire Investigation
- PG&E offers apology to Camp Fire victims
- PG&E Will File for Bankruptcy Protection
- PG&E Officially Files for Chapter 11 Bankruptcy