Chris Sieglock represents over 400 individuals, ranches, and national insurance companies in wildfire cases. Chris has dedicated his entire career to wildfire litigation and has been actively involved in 25 fire cases nationwide. He has been appointed lead counsel in the Mountain Fire in California and the Yale Fire in Washington. Chris is actively litigating against PG&E in the Butte Fire, where he represents over 140 individuals and has recovered to date tens of millions of dollars and continues to resolve cases. Chris represented national insurance companies in the Bastrop Complex Fire, the most destructive fire in Texas history and represents multiple ranches in the Starbuck fire, which destroyed over 650,000 acres, the most destructive fire in Kansas and Oklahoma history. Chris fights for his clients against power companies, oil and gas companies, telecom companies, and tree contractors that have negligently caused fires.