If This is How PG&E Takes Care of You

Don’t Let Them Do it Again

PG&E’s “fair compensation” is way short of what is needed to recover from catastrophic property and personal loses. Many of the Camp Fire families know this and have hired Skikos Attorneys at Law to represent them. If you suffered catastrophic losses in this latest PG&E wildfire, let California’s leading wildfire litigators, Skikos and the nationally-recognized environmental law firm of Janet, Janet & Suggs get you REAL compensation to recover your losses.


What the PG&E Bankruptcy Means to Victims

PG&E has more than $70 billion in assets plus a guaranteed income stream of $1 billion a year. PG&E has the assets and means to pay its victims. Their history is to file for bankruptcy as a way to force the state legislature into bailing them out. It is also a ploy to discourage people from filing lawsuits. Our attorneys are not settling for these strategies and neither should the victims of the Camp Fire devastation.

Go Beyond PG&E's "Fair Compensation"

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Your Case Against PG&E Is Strong

PG&E’s electrical equipment has been implicated in the Camp Fire, and mounting evidence suggests the utility company may be responsible for sparking the blaze. The developing Camp Fire lawsuit is based on these allegations:



  • On Tuesday November 6th, PG&E alerted customers that it may schedule a Public Safety Power Shutoff for November 8th across various Northern California counties, including Butte County.

  • Planned shutoffs are intended to protect communities from known fire conditions such as strong winds, low humidity, and abundant dry vegetation.

  • Over the next two days, PG&E tweeted 17 different warnings about a potential power shutoff scheduled for the morning of November 8th amid forecasts of sustained high winds and gusts reaching 40 to 50 mph creating an extreme fire danger.

  • November 8th 6:15am: PG&E experienced an outage on its Caribou-Palermo 115-kilovolt transmission line located at Pulga Road across the Feather River from the Poe Dam.

  • November 8th 6:33am: Cal Fire reported the start of the Camp Fire in the same area as the Caribou-Palermo outage.





Why is PG&E Being Sued? 24 Years of Safety Violations.

Evidence shows catastrophic fires have been caused by PG&E’s failure to properly maintain its electrical infrastructure, failure to clear trees and vegetation as required under state law, and failure to take protective measures in light of known weather conditions. Lawsuits against PG&E include the following allegations:



  • An independent report issued to the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) in May 2013 found that PG&E’s aging infrastructure presented “significant safety issues,” particularly in poor weather conditions.

  • PG&E had over 10 years of historical data showing that seasonal winds regularly occur in the region, posing a significant risk to electrical equipment.

  • CAL FIRE records show electrical equipment was responsible for approximately 135 fires in Sonoma and Napa Counties between 2011 and 2015.




About Us

Already representing many families harmed by the PG&E-caused Camp Fire, Skikos attorneys have over 25 years’ experience in mass tort litigation and currently serve as court-appointed leadership counsel in the North Bay Fire Litigation (JCCP 4955). From General Electric to Johnson & Johnson, we lead the state in complex mass tort cases. And as lawyers born and raised in Sonoma County, we are committed to seeing our community recover and rebuild after the recent North Bay fires.



Janet, Janet & Suggs’ is a national law firm, which includes an Environmental Division that advocates for individuals, communities, and governments affected by pollution and hazards caused by corporate mismanagement. We often enter into strategic relationships with other highly respected and accomplished firms such as the Skikos firm in order to serve our clients most effectively. Most recently, we served as one of two law firms that served as special counsel for New Jersey in a natural resource damages lawsuit against Exxon. The result was a record-breaking $225,000,000 settlement that benefitted residents of and visitors to the State. Our lawyers have received numerous awards for their competence, and welcome the opportunity to help your family at a time when you need it most.


Go Beyond PG&E's "Fair Compensation"

Please complete this form to request a free, no-obligation consultation from the expert legal team at JJS. There are no fees until we win.

    I understand and agree that submitting this information does not create an attorney-client relationship, that the information I submit is not deemed confidential or privileged until and unless an attorney-client relationship is formed, and the information I provide will not bar the firm from other representations in this or similar matters.