PG&E was found responsible for starting many of the fires that hit California these past few years. The utility faces billions of dollars in potential liabilities. PG&E says filing for bankruptcy will help it stay in business. But thousands of wildfire victims fear the bankruptcy proceedings will leave them empty-handed.
As PG&E files for bankruptcy, some wildfire victims pay the price
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As PG&E seeks protection from creditors, some who sued PG&E are no longer getting payments
PG&E, the largest electric utility in the state, filed for bankruptcy today. The company was found responsible for starting many of the fires that hit California over the...
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