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The Dixie Fire Destroyed My Home.  Should I Sell My Burnt-out Lot?

September 10, 2021 Posted In

Trespass by Fire If the Dixie Fire destroyed your home, the law of “Trespass by Fire” applies.  If it is proven that PG&E started the Dixie — and it sure looks that way — that law would allow you to recover against PG&E either your property’s diminution in value resulting from the fire, or the…

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How Long Will It Take to Get Dixie Claims Against PG&E Paid?

September 7, 2021 Posted In

Every PG&E wildfire lawsuit is different.  But our history suing PG&E suggests settlement checks should be in the hands of our clients within three years from the date the Dixie Fire started. Possible Timeline and Milestones in Dixie Fire Litigation Lawsuit Filed – Within weeks of undertaking the client’s representation PG&E responds to Lawsuit in…

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Dixie Fire: Should I Hire a Public Adjuster?

September 6, 2021 Posted In

Dealing with your insurance carrier after a wildfire can be time consuming and emotionally stressful.  Some folks end up hiring a public adjuster to handle their insurance claim for them.  A public adjuster is skilled at maximizing the client’s recovery against the client’s insurance carrier while making the whole insurance claims process easier on the…

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How Much is my Dixie Fire Claim Worth? Part 2: Renters  

September 5, 2021 Posted In

Renters can claim against PG&E the value of personal property lost, less any insurance payments they have received for that property.  That math is usually fairly straightforward.  But in addition, renters can claim against PG&E for: The emotional stress suffered because of having to evacuate The emotional stress, annoyance, and inconvenience of being out of…

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