Get the facts about PG&E’s Proposed Settlement and what it means for California fire Survivors
“It’s our chance to rebuild our homes a lot faster and help our community do the same.”
“We’re here just trying to build our lives back up again and the no vote would delay it.”
“By voting no we increase the risk of obtaining a much lesser settlement, if any at all.”
“There’s no way we’ll be able to survive if we have to wait”
“It’s been two and a half years, we just want to move on”
“I don’t think we’re going to get a better deal than this.”
“If this doesn’t happen, it could be another three or four years – if ever.”
“It was a no-brainer for us to vote yes.”
Will clients be forced to take stock in PG&E?
Could there be a better settlement option?
Will every survivor receive the same amount?
What are the financial risks of fighting for a better settlement
What are the expected expenses individual clients will pay?
Who are the Funds involved?
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