The Pacific Gas and Electric Company (NYSE: PCG) is an investor-owned utility based in Northern California. In recent years, the company has dealt with a number of issues related to wildfires and financial liability.
In January of 2019, PG&E announced its intention to file for bankruptcy in relation to the potential legal liability for wildfires that caused tremendous damage across California in 2018.
If you are a PG&E bondholder who sustained significant investment losses, our class action investment fraud lawyers are here to help. For a free, no obligation initial consultation, please call us today at 305.912.3000 to discuss your options. We handle class action securities fraud claims on contingency.
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PG&E Bondholders Have Legal Rights
If you are a PG&E bondholder, you may be eligible to recover financial compensation for investment losses through a class action lawsuit. You should speak to an attorney immediately. PG&E bond offerings that are implicated in a class action include:
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Affected bondholders only have a limited amount of time to join a legal claim. To learn more about your rights, you should discuss your case with an experienced legal professional today.
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