PG&E Will be Taken Care of, Who Will Take Care of You?
Cal Fire determined that PG&E equipment started the Atlas and Nuns Fires and has referred the investigation to the Napa County District Attorney’s office for violations of state code.
· A number of major insurance companies have filed lawsuits against PG&E for losses from the 2017 firestorms.
· Napa, Sonoma and Mendocino Counties have filed lawsuits against PG&E for losses from the 2017 firestorms.
· And now, the California Legislature has passed a law to help PG&E recoup their liability costs.
County governments will be taken care of.
Even PG&E, who is at fault for the fires, will be taken care of.
So the question is: who will take care of you?
If you lost a home or a business in the fires that swept through Napa County last year, you have legal rights, you have recovery options and you have a legal team with the national strength, local talent, insurance expertise, and financial resources necessary to take on a corporate giant like PG&E and win.
Please consider attending our confidential, no – obligation, office hours Wednesday October 24th anytime between 10 AM and Noon to speak with our former state Assemblymember and Senator, attorney Noreen Evans about your legal rights and options, the case against PG&E, and how the legal team of Watts Guerra/ Mauro Archer & Associates can help you in your recovery.
You didn’t deserve to lose so much in last year’s preventable fires, but you do deserve a great legal team to help you recover.
Meet with Napa’s former state Senator and attorney Noreen Evans
Wednesday, October 24th, 2018
950 Randolph Street, Napa 94559
Call (707)237-2445 to RSVP or simply show up anytime during our office hours. Visit PGELawsuit.com for more information.
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