The North Bay wildfires have caused widespread devastation throughout Napa Valley, Sonoma, Santa Rosa, and the surrounding region. Thousands of homes and buildings have been destroyed and dozens of people have lost their lives due to the blazes. While most wildfires are assumed to be natural disasters, evidence has emerged that suggests a specific party might be responsible for the North Bay wildfires. If found to be true, this would mean victims of the fires would be able to file personal injury claims for fair compensation.
If you have been affected by the North Bay wildfire, our team of Roseville injury attorneys at Gingery Law Group PC would like to extend our sincerest condolences and wish you good health and wellbeing in the days to come. We would also like to offer our legal services.
We are currently looking into cases throughout the region. Talk to Gingery Law Group PC if you live in Napa, Santa Rosa, Sonoma, Calistoga, or any other location damaged by the blazes.
Learn more about North Bay wildfire lawsuits today by calling (916) 432-1008 or emailing our office.
Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E) owns and manages electric grids, powerlines, and related utility services throughout Northern California. Although definitive proof has not yet been secured, there is evidence to suggest that neglectful practices on behalf of PG&E may be the direct causes of the North Bay wildfires that have harmed so many and destroyed so many acres.
Consider these five key facts:
At this point and with all of this evidence in mind, it appears to be quite likely that PG&E has once again failed to care for its powerlines. Preliminary investigations may find that the high winds on Sunday, October 8th, 2017 rattled or felled trees that should have been previously cut or removed by PG&E. The trees displaced by the wind may have destroyed the powerlines in multiple locations around Napa Valley, Santa Rosa, and Sonoma within a brief period of time, causing the inferno that was the North Bay wildfire.
Gingery Law Group PC and our Roseville personal injury lawyers are currently helping clients with North Bay wildfire claims and lawsuits. If your property was destroyed, you were hurt, or you lost a loved one, then it might be possible that PG&E should be held accountable. Let us know what happened during a free case evaluation and we can help you figure out if you have a valid claim. In situations like this, time is an important factor. Call (916) 432-1008 as soon as you can to begin your case.