Levi & Korsinsky, LLP is investigating possible claims against PG&E Corporation and Pacific Gas & Electric Company relating to the recent record-breaking fires in Northern California. In early October, the fires burned across multiple counties, destroying thousands of buildings and causing tens of thousands to evacuate from their homes. The fires are estimated to have caused over $1 billion in property damage. Sources have reported that PG&E is being investigated for potential neglect in maintaining its power lines, which may have contributed to the fires.
PG&E has a responsibility to adequately maintain its power lines, as well as the trees and other vegetation around its power lines. The company has been fined in the past in connection with wildfires based on failure to adequately clear the lines and it is suspected that the company again failed to conduct proper oversight over the fire risk caused by its power lines.
If you incurred property damage from the recent Northern California fires, we would like to hear from you.
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