Wildfire Trial Lawyers
Wildfires in California are notorious for beginning suddenly and consuming a staggering number of homes, businesses, and acres of land in a matter of hours. If you lost a loved one, suffered property damage or sustained injuries in a wildfire, it may be difficult to know where to start to get your life back. We can help.
As San Diego’s oldest plaintiff’s law firm, CaseyGerry has spent decades protecting the rights of people who have suffered injuries and losses in California and across the country. Our attorneys also represent families whose loved ones were killed in incidents involving negligence.
The CaseyGerry Fire litigation team is headed by David S. Casey, Jr., Angela Jae Chun, and Thomas Penfield.
CaseyGerry teamed with the law firms of Thomas Tosdal and Michael Feinberg to apply their collective knowledge, experience and resources for several catastrophic wildfires including, the 2007 San Diego fire, 2015 Las Conchas, NM fire, the 2017 California North Bay fire and the 2018 Butte County Camp fire. Each of our clients gets the combined practicing power of our firms to ensure they obtain maximum recovery for all they’ve lost. Click here to learn more about the members of our wildfire litigation team.
Each of our clients gets the combined practicing power of our firms to ensure they obtain maximum recovery for all they’ve lost.
A Team with Compassion, Experience and Strength
When a person is victimized by a wildfire, the consequences reach far beyond the financial implications. Irreplaceable possessions are gone forever. The emotional impact of the fire can be almost unbearable. As their advocates, we help people face these devastating tragedies while bringing our extensive experience, outstanding track record, and knowledge to their case.
The CaseyGerry fire litigation team is currently working with victims of the 2019 Kincade Fire and the Easy Fire.
Most recently, our wildfire litigation team filed lawsuits on behalf of many people affected by the 2018 Paradise/Butte County Camp Fire. For more information on this case and our involvement in past wildfire cases, click here. Our legal team has also established a separate website to offer resources and legal help to those affected by the 2018 wildfire. Click here to visit the site.
We welcome you to contact CaseyGerry at (619) 238-1811 if you have questions or need assistance as a victim of the 2018 Butte County, CA wildfire, the 2019 Kincade Fire, or the 2019 Easy Fire.