Mosquito Fire Litigation

Near the Oxbow Reservoir in Placer County, the Mosquito Fire began on September 6 and rapidly expanded to nearly 30,000 acres. In the initial days of the fire, the heavy, volcano-like smoke made it challenging for Cal Fire’s aircraft to precisely map its boundaries.

The Mosquito Fire expanded to 6,900 acres in slightly more than 24 hours, and by the subsequent evening, it had doubled to 13,700 acres, spreading southward into El Dorado County.

Evacuation orders were issued for several towns including Georgetown, Volcanoville, Bottle Hill, Quintette, and Foresthill in Placer County, along with Todd Valley located west of Foresthill.

Contact an Adler Law Group Mosquito Fire Attorney

If you or someone you know has been impacted by the Mosquito Fire, a proficient fire lawyer in California can assist you in obtaining the compensation required to recover from this dreadful catastrophe and resume your life.

Adler Law Group’s Mosquito fire lawyers can assist you in receiving the maximum compensation you deserve, even if you have insurance.

If the Mosquito Fire evacuation, property damage, injuries, hospitalization, wrongful death, psychological trauma, or any long-term health effects resulting from the Mosquito Fire have impacted you or anyone you know, the competent California fire attorneys at Adler Law Group can provide the assistance you need to receive the appropriate compensation and move forward.

You may be eligible for compensation related to the Mosquito Fire if you have experienced any of the following:

Wrongful death from fire or smoke
Serious burns
Other serious personal injury
Long-term health effects
Psychological impact
Loss of home
Loss of structure
Damage to animals and pets
Damage to timber and trees
Vegetation loss
Damage to landscaping
Significant property damage
Economic loss
Agriculture loss
Damage to infrastructure
Business loss
Business interruption
Smoke damage
Damage from soot and ash
Underinsured property
Assistance from FEMA
Impacts on the housing market
Expensive evacuation