Recent News on the Dixie Fire

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Dixie Fire Now 55% Contained

California Wildfires

The Dixie Fire is now 55% contained and has burned 865,703 acres in northern California [source]. Currently, firefighters are working hard to remove dead trees and brush to help prevent further spread and to increase their personal level of safety.

Evacuation warnings and mandates continue in several parts of Plumas, Lassen, and Shasta counties. For more information on which specific evacuation orders and warnings pertain to you, visit the Cal Fire website’s evacuation map.

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Were you or your family affected by the Dixie Fire? If you lost property in the fire or were displaced, you may be entitled to compensation more than your insurance coverage. Our firm is dedicated to helping those affected by the Dixie Fire.


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