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ABC7 Features Woolsey $2.2B Settlement

(filed under: In The News | January 27, 2021)

Says ABC7, “Southern California Edison will pay $2.2 billion to settle insurance claims from a deadly, destructive wildfire sparked by its equipment in 2018, the utility announced Monday. Edison, which acknowledged no wrongdoing, said the agreement covers all claims in pending lawsuits from insurance companies related to the Woolsey fire, which blackened 151 square miles (391 square kilometers) of Los Angeles and Ventura counties. Three people died in the November 2018 fire, and more than 1,600 homes and other buildings were destroyed.” Craig Simon, Managing Partner of Berger Kahn served as Co-Lead Counsel for subrogation plaintiffs. Read more…