Santa Rosa Lawyers Open North Bay Fire Claim Center

The Santa Rosa Law Firm of Nadrich & Cohen has opened a North Bay Fire Claim Center to review fire victims' potential claims and to discuss legal representation for recovery of fire-related damages and losses.

The Santa Rosa personal injury law firm of Nadrich & Cohen is announcing the opening of the new, full-service North Bay Wildfire Lawsuit Claim Center at its Santa Rosa office, located at 131 A Stony Circle #500, Santa Rosa, CA 95401.

A law firm representative will be available to meet with fire victims and their families to discuss potential legal claims and legal representation for losses, injuries and damages associated with the recent Northern California wildfires. Nadrich & Cohen legal teams have already hired fire causation experts, business and residential valuation experts and public adjusters.

Nadrich & Cohen has assembled a team of preeminent law firms, Bay Area attorneys and experts to handle fire damage claims throughout the North Bay area, including Sonoma, Napa and Mendocino Counties. The Santa Rosa personal injury attorneys of Nadrich & Cohen and its partners previously assisted victims of two wildfires caused by PG&E, as well as victims of the 2010 San Bruno Pipeline Explosion and the 2012 Chevron Richmond Refinery Fire.

Victims of the Santa Rosa Fire and North Bay Fires who would like to pursue a legal claim against the utility company for damage, losses, and injuries caused by the fires can schedule a free consultation with a law firm representative. In-person appointments are available at Nadrich & Cohen's Santa Rosa office.

Early reports indicate that downed power lines and poorly maintained transformers may have caused or contributed to the North Bay fires. The California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection (CAL FIRE) and California Public Utilities Commission continue to investigate the cause of the Tubbs Fire, Atlas Fire, Nuns Fire, Pocket Fire and others.

A utility company was previously held liable for the 2015 California Butte Fire. CAL FIRE concluded that the 2015 Butte fire was ignited when the utility company's tree removal contractor negligently caused a tree to come into contact with a power line. The utility company was ordered to pay out over $350 Million in fire claims for the Butte Fire of 2015.

The North Bay wildfires have so far burned over 210,000 acres, damaged or destroyed nearly 5,700 structures, forced the evacuation of 90,000 people from their homes and killed 42 people. The devastation is far-reaching and will take residents and communities years to recover and rebuild.

Contact Info:
Name: Eric Valencia
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Organization: Law offices of Nadrich & Cohen
Address: 131 A Stony Circle #500 Santa Rosa, CA 95401
Phone: (707) 525-1188

Release ID: 254774