Saddle Ridge Fire Lawsuit

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Saddle Ridge Fire Lawyers – Los Angeles County

The Saddle Ridge Fire was a wildfire burning near the San Fernando Valley of Los Angeles County, California. It broke out roughly around 9:02pm on Thursday October 10, 2019. It is still undetermined as to how it had started, but believed that the blaze had started beneath a high voltage transmission tower. (The cause of the Saddle Ridge Fire remains under active investigation.)

Over 100,000 people were evacuated to escape the California wildfire, which destroyed around 8,799 acres and dozens of structures.

When someone is affected by a fire, there are many types of losses, including:

Property Damage:

  • Homes and other structures
  • Personal property/contents of the home
  • Trees and landscaping
  • Erosion damage

Evacuation/Alternative Living Expenses:

  • Hotel/food/gas during the evacuation
  • Rent and additional costs for temporary living

Lost Income:

  • Personal income (including loss of sick and vacation days)
  • Business income

Emotional Damages:

  • Fear for safety of yourself and others
  • Mental anguish, inconvenience, disturbance, and annoyance

If you or your family have suffered injury or death, damage to your property or business as a result of recent California wildfires, you may have a claim for damages against the utility company responsible for maintaining the power lines that contributed to those fires.

Contact our California Wildfire Lawyers to learn more about your claim 866-201-5594.