WERE YOU AFFECTED BY THE KINCADE FIRE?

Kincade Fire Lawyers

Hundreds of Millions Recovered for Wildfire Victims

Robins Cloud LLP is committed to fighting for families and property owners who were affected by the Kincade Fire.

The Kincade Fire started on October 23, 2019 and burned over 70,000 acres, destroyed 374 structures, and injured 4 people. Moments before the Fire started, PG&E reported an outage on its transmission tower known as the Geysers #9 Lakeville 230-kilovolt line in the vicinity of the Fire’s origin. Cal Fire investigators have determined that the Kincade Fire was caused by PGE’s equipment.

Robins Cloud LLP represents local residents, businesses, and families who suffered losses as a result of the Kincade Fire. If you or someone you love were impacted by the Fire, we’re available to review your case and help you explore your options for a financial recovery.

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Reasons to Work with Robins Cloud LLP
  • Experience You Can Trust

    We've handled some of the most complex mesothelioma, personal injury, and fire lawsuit cases in the country. With more then 100+ years of combined experience, we know what it takes to win in court.

  • We'll Come to You

    If you've been injured or need legal assistance and are in another state, please feel free to contact our team. We're committed to meeting our clients where it's most convenient for them.

  • Helping People Recover Their Losses

    Over the past three decades, we've assisted our clients in a variety of different practice areas. Regardless of the size or complexity of your case, we have the resources and fortitude needed to represent your best interest and fight for what you deserve.

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    We often provide our clients with our direct cell phone numbers so that they can easily get in contact with our staff when it's most convenient for them.

ROBINS CLOUD LLP: LEADERS IN CA WILDFIRE LITIGATION

Wildfire victims across California have trusted Robins Cloud LLP in the wake of many devastating wildfires. Here are a few reasons why:

  • Our attorneys have recovered hundreds of millions in compensation for wildfire victims.
  • Our attorneys have handled many of the state’s largest wildfire cases.
  • Our firm is a recognized leader in California wildfire litigation. Firm name partner Bill Robins served as co-lead counsel of the North Bay Fires JCCP against PG&E. Bill also currently serves on the Fire Victim Trust Oversight Committee for the Fire Victim Trust, which is responsible for administering claims related to PGE’s $13.5 Billion settlement of wildfire claims related to the 2015 Butte Fire, the 2017 North Bay Fires and the 2018 Camp Fire. Bill also currently serves on the Plaintiffs’ Executive Committee for the SoCal Fire Cases JCCP in which thousands of claims against SCE are pending arising out of the Thomas Fire. Bill also currently serves as co-Liaison Counsel for the Woolsey Fire Cases JCCP in which thousands of claims against SCE are pending arising out of the Woolsey Fire.
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    PG&E ADMITS EQUIPMENT MAY HAVE
    STARTED KINCADE FIRE

    Though a formal investigation of the Kincade fire is still pending, preliminary reports show the fire began when a 230,000-volt transmission line that was part of a planned Public Safety Power Shutoff malfunctioned near the fire’s point of origin – located by John Kincade Road and Burned Mountain Road in The Geysers.

    An incident report filed with the California Public Utility Commission further indicates that while a high-voltage PG&E transmission tower failed moments before the fire, power was not cut in the area until 28 minutes after the fire started.

    Although PG&E’s actions before and during the fire has led to many question, including why the utility did not de-energize sooner, PG&E has admitted its equipment may have started the Kincade fire.

    As a firm that represents many victims of wildfires started by utility-owned equipment, Robins Cloud is helping clients find the answers and justice they deserve.

    We’re Here to Fight for the Families Who Lost Everything

    Robins Cloud LLP is unique in that all our attorneys worked at large, corporate law firms before joining our team. That means we have experience fighting high-profile claims against big defendants. At the same time, we are a client-focused firm that limits its caseload so we can give our full attention to those who need our help. Working with Robins Cloud LLP gives you big-firm resources with a small-firm feel.

    COMPENSATION FOR KINCADE FIRE VICTIMS

    Our award-winning attorneys are readily available to help victims and families explore their options for recovering needed compensation. Depending on the circumstances surrounding your case, this may include:

    • Negligence and inverse condemnation lawsuits that seek compensation for property damage, displacement, business interruption, emotional distress, and other economic and non-economic losses.
    • Personal injury and wrongful death lawsuits caused by the fire.
    • Insurance claims and lawsuits alleging bad faith over unfair denials, disputes, and delays in processing and paying policyholders for covered losses.

    Robins Cloud is passionate about providing a voice to victims of preventable wildfires, many of whom have endured months of uncertainty, financial strain, and emotional suffering due to their losses. If you wish to discuss a potential claim and whether you have grounds to pursue legal action, call or contact us online for a free case evaluation.

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