Mosquito Fire is the largest fire in the state this year, beginning on September 6, 2022, near Mosquito Road and OxBow Reservoir. It has affected Placer and El Dorado Counties and has consumed over 76,000 acres, destroyed more than 75 structures, and damaged over 10 structures.
Pacific Gas and Electric (PG&E) has gone on record, saying that federal investigators have seized a PG&E transmission pole and attached equipment in an effort to understand how the Mosquito Fire started. Investigation is still underway.
If you or a loved one has been affected by the Mosquito Fire, you may be entitled to compensation. Contact our experienced fire team today for a free consultation.
THE FIRM’S EXPERIENCE PROSECUTING FIRE CLAIMS
The Walkup Melodia Fire Team is here to help you prosecute your Mosquito Fire Claims. If you have suffered property loss or personal injury due to PG&E negligence in the Mosquito Fire, call us today! You may be eligible for compensation if you have suffered from any of the following:
- Wrongful Death
- Injury from Fire or Smoke
- Serious Burns
- Personal Injury
- Damage to Your Home or Other Real Estate Property Loss
- Smoke Inhalation
- Loss of Your Business
Every moment matters, so don’t wait to contact a lawyer.
WALKUP MELODIA LAWYERS KNOW FIRE LAW
The Walkup Melodia fire team has recovered hundreds of millions of dollars on behalf of fire victims who have lost a loved one, suffered catastrophic injuries, and experienced the destruction of their homes and businesses because of fires caused by PG&E negligence.
The Walkup Melodia fire team is currently investigating and prosecuting Mosquito Fire claims seeking recovery on behalf of residents who sustained personal injury, lost loved ones, damaged and destroyed homes, business losses, loss of trees and growing crops, and other assets.
We work in combination with other top-tier Northern California personal injury and fire recovery law firms to achieve the best results possible.
HOW OUR MOSQUITO FIRE LAWYERS CAN HELP
Walkup Melodia partners Michael Kelly, Khaldoun Baghdadi, and Andrew McDevitt were instrumental in leading the prosecution of claims against PG&E arising from the disastrous wine country fires of 2017 in Sonoma and Napa and the Campfire of 2018 in Butte County. These Walkup fire lawyers also prosecuted claims against Southern California Edison as a result of the 2019 Thomas Fire in Ventura, Los Angeles, and Santa Barbara counties.
The Walkup Mosquito Fire Team operates exclusively on contingency fee contracts. Victims pay us nothing unless we recover compensation on their behalf. Victims with legally enforceable claims are not required to pay any money upfront, or during the prosecution of the case, so The Walkup Law Firm will cover the cost of prosecution, investigation, and filing fees in advance. Costs and fees are payable to the lawyers only after a recovery has been made.
Call us now for a free consultation.