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California Wildfire Attorneys

Experienced Attorneys Representing Wildfire Victims

California wildfires have killed dozens of people and destroyed thousands of acres. Those who suffered harm or lost their homes, land or property may ask themselves who, if anyone, is responsible for the cost of rebuilding their lives. California fire victims have legal rights and may have compensation claims for serious injuries, property loss or other damages.

Your first step toward resolving insurance issues or pursuing a claim against a responsible party should be to retain an experienced California wildfire lawyer to advocate on your behalf. At Baum Hedlund Aristei & Goldman, we have experience representing victims of mass disasters, including fires. Our firm has helped thousands of clients win more than $4 billion across all areas of practice.

If you were affected by a California wildfire, fill out our contact form or give us a call at (855) 948-5098 for a free case evaluation.

California Wildfire Lawsuit Team

Our wildfire litigation team includes board-certified trial lawyers with decades of experience litigating fire cases and other mass disasters and two nationally known fire causation experts.

The team includes:

  • Diane Marger Moore: Diane Marger Moore is one of the most experienced fire trial lawyers in the country. She is a board-certified trial advocate and the lead California wildfire lawyer for Baum Hedlund Aristei & Goldman. She has over 40 years of experience trying civil and criminal fire cases before juries, including her work as Chief Deputy Arson Prosecutor in Indiana. Diane has substantial experience in investigating and determining the cause(s) of fires, having worked closely with fire investigation units, the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF), various State Fire Marshals, and multiple city and county fire departments in her career. She also handled many civil fire cases as an insurance defense lawyer. In addition to her courtroom experience, Diane attended ATF fire investigation courses at the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center in Glynco, Georgia.
  • Ronald L.M. Goldman: Ron is a senior partner and a board-certified trial lawyer. Since becoming a lawyer more than 50 years ago, Ron has handled complex litigation at both the trial and appellate levels, and has represented hundreds of people involving personal injury and wrongful death claims related to mass disasters. He has made countless TV, radio and other media appearances as a legal expert for some of the world’s leading news agencies, including BBC Radio, ANN News Tokyo, Associated Press, Bloomberg News, BNA Product Safety & Liability Reporter, Chicago Tribune, Forbes.com, Fox News Channel, Guardian Limited, Los Angeles Times, MSNBC, National Law Journal, NPR, and the Washington Post.
  • Michael L. Baum: Michael is the managing partner at Baum Hedlund Aristei & Goldman. He has successfully led the firm through thousands of wrongful death and personal injury cases stemming from mass disasters. His experience litigating fire cases began in 1987 when he worked on the Dupont Plaza Hotel arson case, one of the deadliest hotel fires in U.S. history. Under Michael’s leadership, Baum, Hedlund, Aristei & Goldman developed a reputation for breaking new ground, holding Fortune 500 companies accountable, influencing public policy, raising public awareness and improving product safety.
  • Cara J. Luther: Cara has 30 years of experience litigating catastrophic injury and wrongful death cases stemming from mass disasters. Before she became an attorney, Cara worked in the insurance industry, first as a sales person and then as a claims adjuster. This experience gives her the skill required to help our clients with insurance matters, as well as the ability to communicate effectively with counsel for the defense and their insurance adjusters in complex cases such as this.
  • Brian R. Strange: Brian is the founding partner of Strange & Butler LLP, based in Los Angeles. He is co-counsel to Baum Hedlund, handling the California wildfire litigation. Brian is an experienced and respected class action and complex business trial lawyer with over 30 years of experience. He lives in the Malibu burn area and has personal knowledge of the devastation due to the fire. Brian is listed in Southern California Super Lawyers and Best Lawyers in America-Best Law Firms.Brian is a former President of the Malibu Boys and Girls Club.
  • Robert F. Kennedy, Jr.: One of the leading environmental lawyers in the country, Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. is co-counsel to Baum Hedlund Aristei & Goldman in several mass tort litigation, in addition to the wildfire litigation, including the ongoing Monsanto Roundup litigation and the SoCalGas Porter Ranch cases.
  • Michael A. Vergon: Mike is a nationally recognized expert in fire investigation working with the Baum Hedlund Aristei & Goldman California wildfire lawsuit team. He has extensive experience investigating numerous large, multi-million-dollar loss and fire fatality scenes, multi-defendant arson-for-profit cases, and serial arsonists and bombers. Mike will be working alongside fire causation expert, James Finneran, in determining or excluding electrical causes of the fire. He began his career at ATF, where he worked for nearly 24 years. Mike spent the last 15 and a half years of his time at ATF working as a Special Agent Certified Fire Investigator and was also a member of ATF’s National Response Team. Mike is a member of NFPA National Fire Protection Association and National Society of Professional Insurance Investigators.
  • James M. Finneran: James has over 35 years of experience in origin and cause investigations, product failure analysis as well as electrical and electronic evaluations. As part of the Baum Hedlund California wildfire litigation team, he will be using his extensive experience in determining or excluding electrical causes of the fire. He is a member of the ASTM Forensic Engineering Committee, the NFPA 921 Committee, and the IEEE. Jim is a Certified Fire Investigator and a Certified Fire and Explosion Investigator. To further his own expertise, Jim has taken part in seminars by the International Association of Arson Investigators, the NFPA and the Defense Research Institute, Inc.

Are Utility Companies Liable for California Wildfires?

Those affected by California wildfires can choose to pursue legal action against any party that may be responsible for causing the fire, including utility companies like Pacific Gas &Electric Company (PG&E) and Edison International (Southern California Edison). In November 2018, Southern California Edison and PG&E both reported irregularities in their equipment near the time that two major California wildfires started – the Paradise Camp fire in Northern California and the Woolsey Fire in Southern California.

Utility companies have been accused of starting numerous California wildfires over the last several years. Southern California Edison admitted to causing at least one ignition point in the 2017 Thomas fire in Santa Barbara and Ventura counties that destroyed more than 1,000 buildings and killed two people, later triggering mudslides that killed an additional 21.

In June of 2018, Cal Fire issued a report blaming PG&E California for several major 2017 wildfires in Northern California that resulted in dozens of deaths and the destruction of thousands of structures. According to Cal Fire, the Atlas, Nuns and Redwood fires were caused by PG&E’s “electric power and distribution lines, conductors and the failure of power poles.” The report came a month after the agency blamed four other wildfires, including the wine country fires, on “trees coming into contact with power lines.”

On March 20, 2020, PG&E reached a bankruptcy deal pledging billions to wildfire victims. PG&E agreed to use shareholder funding to reduce its debt load and submit to stronger regulatory oversight. Failure to make safety enhancements could lead to the state of California taking over the utility. Likewise, if PG&E fails to receive court approval for its bankruptcy exit by June 30, 2020, the utility will be forced to put itself up for sale.

Three days later stringing the bankruptcy agreement, PG&E stated in a filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) that it pleaded guilty to 84 counts of involuntary manslaughter related to the Camp Fire. PG&E also noted in the filing that it pleaded guilty to one count of causing a fire in violation of the state penal code. Per the filing, PG&E will pay the maximum total fine and penalty of approximately $3.5 million, plus an additional $500,000 to the Butte County District Attorney Environmental and Consumer Protection Fund to reimburse costs spent on the investigation of the 2018 Camp fire.

Justice for Victims of California Fires

Pursuing a legal remedy against a utility company for damages stemming from a California wildfire requires a complex inquiry.

The claimants must establish that either:

  • The utility company’s equipment caused the wildfire
  • Or the actions or inactions of the utility company caused the wildfire.
  • Or the utility company was negligent or otherwise violated the law.

To properly handle your case, you need an experienced California wildfire lawyer to investigate and advocate on your behalf.

Fire Insurance California – Does Homeowner’s Insurance Cover a Wildfire?

Sorting out the complexities of homeowner’s insurance is a pressing issue for victims of wildfires. Most people are under the impression that their homeowner’s insurance covers wildfire damage. While most policies do cover fire damage (even if a fire is not the result of an incident in the home), those who live in fire-prone areas may be required to purchase additional coverage explicitly related to wildfires.

The problem: some insurance companies do not disclose the need for this additional coverage (which can come at a significant cost), so policyholders are unaware that they lack coverage in a wildfire. Others have simply stopped providing policies for homes in fire-prone areas or dropped fire coverage altogether without informing policyholders. Even if you have an insurance policy that covers wildfire damage, the insurance company may seize upon any opportunity to deny coverage and limit their exposure, which could be many millions.

Post-Wildfire Victim Checklist

Victims of wildfires may find themselves overwhelmed at the volume of things they need to sort out before they can start rebuilding their lives. Shen Schulz, a Malibu resident who lost his home in the Woolsey fire, received this helpful list from a TRG employee who had a family member experience a loss due to wildfire. Shen is letting us share it with you.

The Short Checklist: After a California Wildfire

  1. Get a PO Box.
  2. Longer term rental search. Include insurance on it so they pay directly for rental. Find a nice place that you like; don’t settle. You should be able to get a “Like Property” so insurance should cover a nice place for you to live while you work through all this. Remember, you could be living here for years, so choose wisely.
  3. Buy sturdy boots, gloves and some shovels.
  4. Start working on the personal property list. This is a difficult task, one that will be highly emotional. Write down the moment you remember anything and keep your list on a phone or carry a pad of paper with you at all times.
  5. Save your receipts. Loss of use insurance will cover incidentals, including hairbrush, phone chargers, etc.
  6. As you buy things, tell the store owner your situation. Most stores will give you some level of discount as their way of helping you.
  7. Let people do things for you. Do you have a friend that you can send to the store to buy you some basic clothes or comfort foods? Let them do it.

Long-Term Checklist for Wildfire Victims

  1. Register at the shelters, with Red Cross, FEMA and any other agency there. Most of the aid coming in will use these lists as a point of contact and this will help to ensure that you don’t get left out of anything. This will be especially important with FEMA, which operates on a first come first served basis.
  2. Call Homeowners/Rental insurance to trigger “Loss of Use.” This typically will allow you to be in a “Like” property for a fixed amount of time with a dollar limit attached, dependent on your policy. It should also give you some immediate access to funds for essentials, including clothes, toothbrushes and food, among other things. This will also get the ball rolling for the insurance claim on your home, personal property, etc.
  3. Get a PO Box and forward all mail. Use this PO Box as the mailing address on all forms you begin to fill out.
  4. Start Searching for a Long term rental. Coordinate with your insurance company so that payments can be made directly from them using your “Loss of Use” money. Plan on renting 1-2 years, but do not necessarily sign a lease for a full two years as circumstances can change.
  5. Create an itemized list of belongings. This is very hard but very necessary for your claim. Organize by room and list everything that was there with a replacement cost. Replacement cost should be what it would cost to replace, not what it cost when it was on sale. Make sure you list everything, even if it is above and beyond your policy limit. This is very important because everything above and beyond the policy limit is considered a loss and can be claimed as such on your taxes. (See #9 below)
  6. Call all of your utilities and either freeze, cancel service or update to PO Box.
  7. Call the rest of your insurance points as needed, including your car insurance or any specialty insurance for unique items.
  8. Secure permits. An unfortunate necessity, you will need permits for:
    1. Debris Removal. As things wind down it will be necessary to remove the debris, this requires a permit usually. A debris removal permit should be covered by your insurance.
    2. Erosion Control. If you are on any kind of hill or have sloped property you will need to put some sort of erosion control measures in place, again this will need some sort of permit.
    3. Temporary Power Pole/Trailer On-Site Permit. Getting this earlier on can prove helpful in the rebuilding process.
  9. Taxes. You will be able to claim the monetary loss of the value of all your items minus what you receive from your insurance company.
  10. Network with others. You will learn so much from others as you go through the rebuilding process. We all have our strengths, so share yours and accept help from others. The amount of time that you will spend on the rebuild, insurance, recovery process is staggering, so you should use any and all resources at your disposal.

Your Advocate Fighting for Justice after a California Wildfire

Taking legal action is one of the best ways to correct the troubling corporate behavior of California utility companies responsible for wildfires. At Baum, Hedlund, Aristei & Goldman, we are not only invested in making you and your family financially whole again; we want to send a message to these multi-billion-dollar companies that California residents will not tolerate their negligence and wrongdoing.

California Wildfire FAQs

  • Q:Why Do I Need an Attorney?

    A:If a utility company is responsible for causing the wildfire, California law requires the utility company to pay for homes, businesses, and property lost in the fire as well as medical bills arising from those injured and potentially significant amounts to families who lost loved ones. Victims of wildfires have options to pursue compensation for any losses. Those with homeowner’s insurance that covers wildfires can file an insurance claim to repair, rebuild or replace their home and property. Wildfire victims may also file a claim for relief with the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA). Very often, however, the only way wildfire victims can recover for all of their losses and harms is to enforce their rights through a lawsuit. A lawsuit against those responsible for causing the fire can occur even if you don’t have insurance coverage. Even if your policy covers wildfires, your policy may not cover the entire scope of damages sustained because of the fire, including evacuation costs, medical costs, permanent injury, loss of animals or pets, temporary housing, and lost income, among many others. Your lawsuit is the way that your right to recover for the entirety of your losses can be pursued. If your insurance company makes an unfounded claim that you are not covered, we will fight to overturn that decision and to force payment as required by your policy. If the refusal to honor your rights under your policy is made by your insurance company in bad faith, we can sue to enforce your insurance rights and for all other damages you incur as a result of such refusal, including the possibility of recovering damages the allows to punish bad faith conduct; such recoveries could be substantial. An attorney is your advocate against any parties responsible for causing the fire, and, if necessary, against the insurance company. Our wildfire litigation team has extensive experience litigating fire cases. We know how to conduct a thorough investigation to prove liability and set the correct value for your losses.

  • Q:Why Should I Get Involved in a Wildfire Lawsuit?

    A:If a homeowner’s insurance policy claim does not pay the true value of your losses, filing a wildfire lawsuit provides the opportunity to recover the balance of those losses. Let’s say, for example, a policyholder’s limit is $1 million but their actual losses, including evacuation costs, temporary housing, medical costs, uninsured property damage, business loss, animal loss or other out-of-pocket loss is valued at $2 million, the litigation can recover the $1 million balance you deserve. Another common problem is a policyholder’s property value exceeding their policy limit. Litigation against those who are responsible for the fire can help recover damages to make up the difference between your insurance limit and the true value of your property. Likewise, if a wildfire victim develops any health issues from evacuating, such as smoke inhalation, the litigation can recover damages per each individual claim. Finally, a wildfire lawsuit sends a clear message that California residents will not tolerate the corporate, and perhaps government, negligence that caused these disasters. The utility companies under investigation for possibly causing the latest California wildfires were implicated in previous fires in which thousands of people lost their homes, and where some, tragically, lost their lives. Pursuing legal action against any company responsible for causing these fires will hopefully deter similar action (or inaction) in the future.

  • Q:What Will a Wildfire Lawsuit Involve?

    A:Put simply, your cooperation. As part of our team, we will ask questions and will need a list of property losses and any other relevant documents to help get your claim(s) filed quickly and accurately. We will thoroughly explore with you the full extent of the losses you suffered, and continue to suffer, so as to be able to fully advise you of your rights. This arms you with the information you need to decide if you want to pursue your claims to the fullest extent of the law. If you do, we then swing into action on your behalf. We will help you answer any questions from your insurance company or parties named in the litigation as they arise. In addition to written questions, some plaintiffs may be asked to sit for depositions. These are opportunities for the defense to find out more about the claims being made in your case. Again, we will help make this process as streamlined, comfortable, and simple as possible.

  • Q:Is This a Class Action Lawsuit?

    A:No. We file a mass action against the parties responsible for causing the wildfire. A mass action generally allows for greater compensation for each of the wildfire victims who elect to pursue their rights. Mass actions share similarities with class actions: Both involve many claimants (hundreds or even thousands) who were harmed; Both are filed against common defendants that allegedly caused harm; All claims are consolidated into one action rather than individual lawsuits; Procedurally, this optimizes a large number of similar court cases against the same defendant(s). The critical difference between the two is how the plaintiffs are treated. In a class action, the class representative stands for the large group of plaintiffs known as “the class.” All class members suffered similar harm as a result of the defendant’s actions or inactions. The class representative sues the defendant(s) on behalf of the entire class, which means all class members are treated as one individual plaintiff; the fate of the class representative determines the fate of the class. In a mass action, each plaintiff is treated individually, even though their claim is part of a large group. As such, each individual can establish how, and to what extent, they were harmed by the defendant(s) conduct based on the facts of their unique case. In this way, each plaintiff can seek and recover fully for his or her losses regardless of the amount of loss of any other plaintiff.

  • Q:Will My Involvement in a Wildfire Lawsuit Affect My Homeowner’s Insurance Claim?

    A:No. A wildfire lawsuit does not interfere with or subtract from your rights under your homeowner’s insurance policy. Between your homeowner’s insurance claim and the litigation, your homeowner’s insurance policy claim is the first priority. As our client, if you are satisfied with your insurance claim and recover 100% of what your insurer owes you without litigation, there are no attorneys’ fees. If you are unsatisfied, we will represent you in a first party bad faith lawsuit against your insurance company and pursue maximum compensation on your behalf.

  • Q:Will My Homeowner’s Insurance Claim Affect My Involvement in a Wildfire Lawsuit?

    A:The insurance claim affects the lawsuit only in that you cannot recover for the same thing twice. If you receive compensation from the insurance company for 100% of your property damage, then you cannot also get compensation from a civil lawsuit against a utility company for that same property damage. But you can get compensated in a civil lawsuit for injuries and damages beyond what the insurance pays. For example, for the true full value of your home or vehicle. Or the loss of a pet, life-long lung issues from breathing in melted plastic, smoke and ash, PTSD, other injuries, or even death. A settlement from a civil lawsuit could also cover evacuation costs (beyond what your insurance might pay), temporary housing costs, loss of sentimental items, family photos, videos, heirlooms, jewelry, paintings, etc.

  • Q:How Long Will It Take Before I Receive Compensation for My Losses?

    A:Ordinarily, insurance companies acting in good faith will make advances to policyholders affected by wildfires. If you submit claims for losses quickly, your insurance company should follow suit and make funds available to you. If they do not, they may need to be nudged. The insurance company may need to bring in appraisers, investigators or others to verify your claims for losses, which could take weeks or months. While every case is unique, litigation is rarely finalized in less than 18 months. A settlement could happen sooner, but a mass action on this scale will likely take at least 18 months and possibly longer.

  • Q:What if My Insurance Does Not Cover a Wildfire?

    A:If you are uninsured or underinsured (your policy lacks fire coverage) and your home or property was destroyed or damaged, you still have the right to pursue compensation for your losses in a lawsuit against any entities responsible for causing the wildfire. For the uninsured, a wildfire lawsuit is likely your best option for recovering any losses incurred as a result of the fire (though not the only option, as some victims may receive relief from FEMA, for example). Baum Hedlund will work to obtain maximum compensation for our clients whether they have homeowner’s insurance or not.

  • Q:What Are Bad Faith Insurance Practices?

    A:The law requires insurance companies to act ‘in good faith’ when processing a policy holder’s claim. As such, the insurer cannot look for ways to renege on its obligation to investigate a claim and pay the policyholder – doing so would be acting ‘in bad faith.’ Your homeowner’s insurance company must process your claim honestly and fairly, even if the company stands to lose money. Nevertheless, insurance adjusters may look for any reason to lower your claim amount or outright deny your claim by manipulating investigation findings or misrepresenting aspects of your policy. Some companies may refuse to investigate your claim, or flat out refuse to pay your claim without providing any explanation. If you believe your homeowner’s insurance company is acting in bad faith, we can help. An experienced wildfire attorney advocating for you can make all the difference in resolving your insurance claim quickly and fairly.

How Can an Attorney Help?

If you don’t have insurance that covers wildfires, you need an attorney to help you hold accountable those responsible for starting the fire. Like with the PG&E fire, when a utility company has started a fire, California law requires they pay damages resulting from that fire. Therefore, even if you find yourself uninsured, or worse, become injured or lose a loved one, there is still a way to get justice and compensation for your losses.

An attorney can also be helpful even if you do have full-coverage insurance. Anyone who has filed an insurance claim knows how draining the process can be, and unfortunately, this is especially so for the victims of wildfires. Home insurance policyholders need experienced legal representation to advocate on their behalf and find the compensation they are entitled to after suffering serious losses.

Our team of California wildfire attorneys can help ensure that your policy claims are processed honestly and in good faith. We accomplish this by conducting our own investigation into your losses to ensure that insurance adjusters do not falsely invalidate any of your claims.

Contact us today or call (855) 948-5098 for a free case evaluation.

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