Press Release

Leading fire litigation firm Singleton Schreiber is now accepting claims in relation to the Edgewood Fire which occurred in June 2022 in San Mateo County.

On June 21, 2022 the Edgewood Fire ignited 20 acres of land, caused property damage, and forced thousands of victims to evacuate their residences. The fire erupted in an area bounded by Woodside, Redwood City, Edgewood Park, and Nature Preserve leaving thousands of residents without power. Flames are known to have reached within 100-200 feet of the nearest homes.

Victims of the Edgewood fire could have experienced the following and are urged to seek the eligible compensation that is owed to them: 

  • Expensive Evacuation
  • Wrongful Death from Fire or Smoke
  • Hospitalization
  • Serious Burns
  • Other Serious Personal Injury
  • Long-Term Health Effects
  • Psychological Impact
  • Home Loss
  • Structure Loss
  • Damage to Animals/Pets
  • Damage to Timber/Trees
  • Erosion
  • Vegetation Loss
  • Damage to Landscaping
  • Significant Property Damage
  • Economic Loss
  • Agriculture Loss
  • Damage to Infrastructure
  • Business Loss
  • Business Interruption
  • Smoke Damage
  • Damage from Soot & Ash
  • Underinsured Property
  • FEMA Assistance
  • Utility & Other Service Interruptions
  • Housing Market Impact

“At Singleton Schreiber we believe in fighting to help our clients acquire the ultimate compensation for disasters, injuries, and physical or psychological damage that transcended outside of their control,” said Singleton Schreiber Managing Partner Gerald Singleton. 

If you or a loved one have experienced an Edgewood Fire evacuation, property damage or loss, or any injury, hospitalization, wrongful death, psychological trauma, or other long-term health issue caused by the Edgewood Fire or other recent California wildfires, the expert Northern California fire attorneys at Singleton Schreiber can help you recover the fair and full compensation you need to move forward with your life.

About Singleton Schreiber
With roughly 200 employees and offices throughout the western United States, Gerald Singleton and his team have represented more than 12,000 victims of utility fires and has recovered approximately $2 billion in settlements and verdicts for its clients. The firm currently represents thousands of victims of the numerous fires in California, New Mexico, and Oregon. The firm is also a premier personal injury firm, obtaining top results for clients, including more than $100 million in verdicts in 2022.

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