The spread of the Dixie Fire has stalled at around 963,276 acres as of Thursday [source]. This stagnation is mainly due in part to the efforts of firefighters and improving weather conditions. With fire containment reaching 94%, the end of this fire, which has spanned over two months, seems to be in sight [source]. Officials have lifted many of the evacuation orders for the area, with only the order for Lassen Volcanic National Park remaining in place [source].
What Will The Future Bring?
As people return to their homes, many find that the fire has left them with nothing. Even the landscape nearby has changed, sometimes permanently. Not even the wildlife that once inhabited the land nearby can live on the scorched terrain that now replaces the forest. If you find yourself in the middle of this desolation, know that you’re not alone. Our lawyers are standing by to help you get the compensation you deserve so that you can get some semblance of your life back. Visit our main page for a free consultation today so that we can help you find your next step.