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The Lawsuits

When So. California Edison gets sued, the costs are passed on to its utility customers;

Southern California Edison has agreed to pay $360 million to dozens of public agencies affected by wildfires and mudslides in the last two years

Southern California Edison strikes $360-million settlement over wildfires and mudslide

A group of 170 homeowners and businesses whose properties were damaged or destroyed in the Woolsey Fire filed a mass lawsuit in Los Angeles and Ventura Counties alleging Southern California Edison ignited the fire with overhead electrical equipment located at the Rocketdyne facility in Simi Valley

170 Homeowners and Business File Lawsuit Against SoCal Edison Related to Woolsey Fire

Residents who lost loved ones and property in debris flows after Thomas Fire sue utility company, alleging negligence

Wrongful-Death Lawsuits Filed Against SoCal Edison in Wake of Twin Disasters

Woman says utility company failed to tell her the electrical history of her house, which the utility had once owned; she claims "stray electrical charges" forced her to abandon the home and caused her physical and emotional injury.

$4 million award against SC Edison when "stray electrical current" forces plaintiff from her home. Los Angeles County

The federal government has filed a lawsuit against Southern California Edison and two other companies for allegedly allowing the Rey Fire to ignite north of Santa Barbara, California on August 18, 2016.

Lawsuit filed against Southern California Edison for allegedly causing the Rey Fire

This class action lawsuit claims that Southern California Edison violated the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) by using an automatic-capable dialer to make unsolicited calls to consumers' cell phones without consent.

Utility juggernaut Southern California Edison was sued by eleven former and current African-American employees who claim to have been discriminated against while working for the Rosemead-based company.

SoCal Edison Slapped With Discrimination Lawsuit — Its Third Since The 1970s