Bobcat Fire Litigation

California Wildfire Lawyers

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Bobcat Fire Litigation

Federal investigators are looking at evidence that may link the Los Angeles Bobcat Fire to a SoCal Edison Power Transmission plant. The Bobcat Fire, which has been called one of the largest fires in the history of Los Angeles County, started on September 6, 2020. It has burned over 113,000 acres, destroyed at least 52 structures and has displaced thousands of residents and thousands more are ready to evacuate. Tragically, at least 26 people have been killed in California wildfires this year.

Our attorneys have extensive experience in seeking justice for families who have suffered the loss of loved ones due to the irresponsibility of others. To learn more about our experience in Wrongful Death litigation, please click here. 

CaseyGerry, Tosdal Law Firm and Law Office of Angela Jae Chun have teamed up to represent homeowners and business owners who have been impacted by the Bobcat fire against SoCal Edison. Together, they have combined their specialized knowledge, experience and resources to help those impacted by the Bobcat Fire recover full compensation for their losses.

Our wildfire attorneys have successfully helped those affected by the 2007 San Diego fire, 2015 Las Conchas New Mexico fire, 2017 California North Bay fire and the 2018 Butte County Camp fire. Learn more about the wildfire attorneys here.

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.

Call us at 619-373-9342 or complete the form and one of our attorneys will get in touch with you to discuss your legal rights.

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