Chico Attorney Says PG&E Bankruptcy Filing Could Delay Payouts for Years

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Published on January 30, 2019 -

Chico Attorney Says PG&E Bankruptcy Filing Could Delay Payouts for Years

Robert Jackson, an attorney that represents hundreds of Camp Fire victims suing PG&E, said that the Chapter 11 filing will almost certainly make the process more time-consuming and expensive.

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Chico Attorney Says PG&E Bankruptcy Filing Could Delay Payouts for Years

Alan alan we spoke to an attorney in chico today who represents hundreds of camp fire victims, suing pg&e.

Vo he tells us the chapter 11 filing will almost certainly make the process more time consuming and more expensive and ultimately delay any payouts by 1 to three years.

In the mean time, as part of the filing, pg&e is asking that it be allowed to hand out 130-million dollars in bonuses to employees.

Sot full 06:40 " that to me is unconscionable.

That money should be spent for wildfire prevention and for the cleanup of the communities that they've devastated."

On cam tag in the filing, pg&e stated that the performance bonuses are - quote - "critical to ensuring that employees stay

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