Chico Fire Damage Attorneys
Helping Clients Reclaim Their Lives After Disaster
Fires are caused by a variety of reasons and sometimes involve fires at homes, businesses, wildland fires, and forest fires. Wildland and forest fires have the potential to cause serious personal injury, property damage, and even death to those in the paths of fire. With its mountainous terrain and heavy vegetation, Northern California is a prime area for wildfires. Sometimes, these fires are unavoidable, such as when they begin by lightning strikes.
At other times, they are caused by carelessness which may lead to compensable damages, caused by:
- Carelessly disposing of cigarette butts
- Open burning when there is a ban in place
- Careless use of vehicles
- Unsafe campfires
- Storing flammable materials near open flames
- Improper disposal of materials such as oily rags that later spontaneously combust
- Illegal activities
- Improper or unsafe vegetation management by property owners
Wildland and forest fires require a great deal of time and resources to properly contain them. Once they are extinguished, investigations into their cause is required. When investigations uncover negligence on the part of others, these individuals can be held liable for any injuries or damage that occurs as a result.
Fire claims can be complicated and expensive to investigate and litigate. Some attorneys do not want to handle fire cases. That doesn’t mean that help is not available. Contact the experienced Chico fire damage attorneys at Peters, Habib, McKenna, Juhl-Rhodes & Cardoza, LLP if you or your property have been injured by fire.
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$3,000,000 Construction Injury
Settlement on catastrophic construction site injury case for the policy limits of 3 million dollars. This hard-fought case was led by partners James McKenna and Lia Juhl-Rhodes.
$1,500,000 Mobilehome Park Case
Settlement for 19-unit mobile-home park for 1.5 million based upon violations of leases, mobilehome residency law, construction defect, and breach of habitability.
Big Victory for Local Governments Municipal Cases
City of Oroville vs Superior Court of Butte County, on August 15, 2019, lead attorneys for the City of Oroville, Mark A. Habib and Lia M. Juhl-Rhodes, from the law firm of Peters, Habib, McKenna, Juhl-Rhodes & Cardoza, LLP won a landmark inverse condemnation case in the California Supreme Court.
Acquittal of Misdemeanor Criminal Defense
Partner Anthony Cardoza represented a client who faced the charge of a misdemeanor count of spousal battery under Penal Code section 243(e)(1).
Clearance of Felony Criminal Defense
Partner Anthony Cardoza led a two-day jury trial representing a defendant who faced a felony count of assault with a deadly weapon, namely a vehicle.
Gun Rights Protected Criminal Defense
Partner Anthony Cardoza won a court trial in which the Government was attempting through a civil restraining order process to take a citizen’s gun rights away.
Clearance of Felony Criminal Defense
Partner Anthony Cardoza represented a client in Butte County charged with Felony Driving Under the Influence causing injury.
Not Guilty Criminal Defense
Partner Anthony Cardoza represented a client who faced felony charges of Domestic Violence and False Imprisonment.
Millions For Mobilehome Clients Mobilehome
Our firm has obtained millions of dollars for Mobilehome Park residents, representing hundreds of clients/residents to obtain money damages on their behalf. (This statement does not constitute a guarantee or prediction of results in any case)