Federal Judge Questions Discoverer of PG&E Line Downed at Dixie Fire Origin Point

As reported by the San Francisco Chronicle, U.S. District Judge William Alsup of the Northern District of California took time during a hearing yesterday to question the PG&E employee on record for having found a tree fallen on a power line at the origin point of the massive Dixie Fire still burning across the northern

2021-09-15T00:38:36+00:00September 15th, 2021|Environmental Law, Fires & Burn Injuries|

540,000 Acres, 1,210 Buildings Destroyed by Dixie Fire, 2nd Largest in California History

The Dixie Fire, now 31% contained, has expanded to a staggering 540,000 acres in size. It has destroyed 1,120 buildings, plus minor structures, and damaged many more. Over 16,000 buildings remain threatened. Our firm continues its efforts to get information and support to injured and evacuating Californians from the four directly affected counties --

2021-08-19T00:12:13+00:00August 12th, 2021|Environmental Law, Fires & Burn Injuries|