Edison to pay $1.16B for Thomas wildfire

Friday, September 25, 2020

The Daily Journal published an article titled, "Edison to pay $1.16B for Thomas wildfire" which discusses Southern California Edison Co.'s agreement to pay insurance companies $1.16 billion to settle claims arising from the 2017 Thomas Fire. Edison was facing thousands of claims from plaintiffs which include homeowners, public entities, owners of farms and vineyards, and insurance policy holders for its role in the blaze that burned 280,000 acres in Ventura and Santa Barbara counties. Howard Maycon serves as co-lead litigation counsel representing the settling insurers for the Thomas Fire as well as the 2018 Woolsey Fire mass tort, JCCP 5000, being presided over by Los Angeles County Superior Court Judge William F. Highberger. 

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