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Maui Wildfire Lawsuit
Maui Wildfires –
The Deadliest in the U.S.
in 100 Years
The images are horrifying – but the reality was even worse.
People jumping into the ocean; cars left abandoned, communities burned to the ground. The Maui wildfires are the deadliest in modern U.S. history, killing more than 100 people and causing untold destruction.
Contact us now to learn how you could join others taking legal action to help recover from your devastating losses.
If you lost your home or your home and property were damaged – or, heaven forbid, your ohana was severely injured or killed, please do not feel that you are alone in your fight to put your life back together.
We have helped thousands of injured men and women after other disasters, and we are here to help you now.
Who Is to Blame? Isn’t This Just About Climate Change or Factors Out of Human Control?
While climate change is certainly a contributor to the devastation of these fires, the sad truth is that “natural” conditions alone do not appear to be the core reason for the fires.
Investigators are closely examining the actions of Hawaiian Electric Industries, Inc. (HE), the state’s main utility company supplying 95% of the region.
It appears that HE did not shut down the power grid despite the Hawaii Weather Service’s having warned for days that rare “fire weather” conditions were forming:
- Parched vegetation for fuel (Maui has been plagued by drought since May)
- Low-surface dry air
- High winds approaching from Category 4 Hurricane Dora
The first lawsuit was filed August 14, 2023, charging Hawaiian Electric with “loss of life” and blaming the inferno’s origin on HE’s failure to shut off power lines before predicted storm winds struck.
The state’s biggest power utility, which provides electricity to 95% of the state, faces growing scrutiny about its failure to act for years to harden the power grid and its failure to act immediately before the fires to prevent downed lines from igniting flames.
A Case for Justice –
Helping Families Cope with Tragedy
For almost eight years, A Case for Justice has been helping families whose lives have been uprooted by tragic events. While no amount of money can change what happened, financial settlements recognize injustice and help people get back on their feet.
We have helped tens of thousands of people recover after loss from fires, toxic contamination, sexual assault and other traumas.
There is no charge for our services to assist you in obtaining legal representation. Our job is to simplify the process for you.
Our foundation, A Fund for Women, gives to women in dire need.
In the aftermath of the Lahaina fires, there are reports of people engaging in unethical or even criminal behavior, tricking people into signing up for legal representation. The state issued a press release and is urging people to be careful. The full release is attached here.