Zogg Fire PG&E Lawsuits

Recovering Wildfire Damage Losses

The Zogg Fire was a deadly California wildfire that burned more than 56,000 acres in Shasta County in September and October 2020, destroyed numerous structures, and resulted in at least four fatalities.

If you or someone you love suffered losses in the Zogg Fire, you may have a claim for damages from PG&E. Investigators have determined that equipment owned by Pacific Gas & Electric Company (PG&E) may have caused the Zogg Fire, and a federal judge has ordered PG&E to explain its role in the blaze.

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Filing a lawsuit against a utility can be straightforward and manageable when you work with Robins Cloud LLP. Our team has helped others like you recover compensation after suffering serious losses in a wildfire.

PG&E has already started its defense, going so far as to remove evidence near the origin of the fire. With these tactics, you need a skilled legal team to assist with interpreting the evidence, so PG&E doesn’t own the story. We can also help you determine the wide range of damages you may be eligible for. Making sure our clients are taken care of is our #1 goal.


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We understand how being displaced by a wildfire can completely shatter the life you had. There are so many things that need your attention and dealing with them all can seem like too tall an order. However, if you do not act quickly, you may not be able to recover compensation for everything you have lost. You and your family deserve financial support as you rebuild your lives.

Filing a wildfire claim is courageous, and you do not have to go it alone. Our attorneys are here to answer your questions and provide the support and guidance you need. Our goal is to make your life easier from the moment we say hello. Please do not hesitate to explore whether a wildfire claim is the best choice for you. We want to ensure your right to compensation is protected.

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In a filing to government regulators, PG&E stated that officials from the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection and the Shasta County District Attorney’s Office were investigating whether PG&E equipment may have caused the deadly Zogg Fire, which began on September 27, 2020 near Zogg Mine Road and Jenny Bird Lane.

The utility reported that Cal Fire had taken some of its equipment as part of the investigation, and that it detected a series of problems in SmartMeters and its power line on Zogg Mine Road moments before the fire was detected.

A U.S. District Court Judge has since ordered PG&E to explain its role in the fire, and to describe the equipment removed by Cal Fire and the location of the equipment when it was in use.

Types of Zogg Fire Claims

Although investigations are ongoing, victims who suffered losses in the Zogg Fire can explore options for recovering their losses. These may include:

  • Lawsuits under California’s inverse-condemnation law, which allows property owners to recover fair compensation for property destroyed or damaged by a public use.
  • Civil negligence lawsuits that seek a financial recovery for property damage, business interruption, pain and suffering, and other losses arising from a utility’s negligence.
  • Lawsuits over personal injury or wrongful death of a loved one.
  • Insurance claims or bad faith lawsuits over unfair denials or delays of covered losses by the insurance company.

If you have a potential Zogg Fire lawsuit or wish to speak with an attorney about your rights and options, contact us for a free case evaluation.

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