Gray Fire Lawsuit
The Gray Fire, which sparked on August 18, 2023 in Spokane County, Washington, burned over 10,000 acres, destroyed 240 homes and an additional 86 structures, and took one person’s life. Investigators have determined that the fire was human-caused. Our law firm is currently tracking with this investigation to determine liability and the potential for pursuing financial recovery for victims of the Gray Fire through a Gray Fire lawsuit.
Protecting Your Legal Right to Financial Recovery After the Gray Fire
If you or someone you know suffered loss due to the Gray Fire, we encourage you to call our office to learn how to protect your legal rights in the aftermath of this disaster. Our team has represented thousands of home, business and property owners who lost everything to preventable wildfires caused by negligent power companies. We have recovered billions of dollars on their behalf.
Our attorneys have spearheaded (and been appointed as lead trial counsel and/or on plaintiff’s liaison committee) some of the largest wildfire litigation in California, including:
- The 2007 San Diego Wildfires (Rice/Witch-Guejito Fires);
- The 2012 Wood Hollow Fire;
- The 2015 Butte Fire;
- The 2016 Erskine Fire;
- The 2017 North Bay Fires;
- The 2018 Camp Fire;
- The 2019 Kincade Fire;
- The 2021 Dixie Fire.
Why Should I Sue for Fire Losses if I Have Insurance?
Many victims who lost their homes due to wildfire soon came to the devastating realization that their homeowner’s insurance did not provide enough insurance coverage to cover all of their damages. With our help, they have been able to recover financial compensation from the responsible party and rebuild their lives.
Even properly insured victims may not have enough coverage to compensate for the entirety of their damages. Damages to fencing structures, irrigation systems, and expensive landscaping could very well not be covered by many insurance policies. In addition, claims for emotional distress and fleeing the zone of danger can only be recovered against the liable party/parties.
A Gray Fire lawsuit would pursue financial compensation in the following areas:
- Wrongful death;
- Bodily injury;
- Damage to a home and/or adjacent structures;
- Damage to personal property;
- Damage to a commercial use structure;
- Damage or loss of agricultural property and products; and
- Loss of business or agricultural income.
Work with Experienced Wildfire Attorneys
Our wildfire lawyers have fought and won countless battles against utility companies, corporations, and insurance companies. We have the experience, reputation, resources, and results to help you get the maximum compensation possible. We are your partner and a legal resource that you can trust.
We do not and will not combine our cases in bulk like most other wildfire lawyers do. We are not class action lawyers. We will handle each client’s claim the way it deserves to be handled–individually. Every client has a unique story that we will find and tell.
If you have been impacted by the Spokane County Gray Fire, contact us today by filling out the form at the bottom of this page or calling us at 916-970-9100. We look forward to providing the help you need through this difficult time.