On August 8, 2023, destructive wildfires broke out in Maui, Hawaii, leaving thousands without power for days, taking more than 100 lives, and reducing many areas to ash. Hawaii Governor Josh Green described the wildfires as likely the “largest natural disaster in Hawaii’s state history.” Officials, residents, and emergency response crews continue their courageous efforts to contain the wildfires and begin cleanup efforts, but the investigation into what caused the Maui fires is still ongoing.

Our firm has decades of experience in litigation and has an arsenal of resources to conduct independent investigations of our own and maximize the monetary recovery for our clients. We have teamed up with local Hawaii law firms Lowenthal & Lowenthal and Rufo Law Group.

Matthews & Associates is prepared to fight for Maui fire victims to get top dollar recovery for their losses.


Matthews & Associates has extensive experience in litigating utility-caused wildfires and other catastrophic injuries. Most recently, our firm represented victims of the California wildfires, including the Camp Fire in Paradise, later determined to be caused by Pacific Gas & Electric, a utility company serving California communities for more than 100 years.

Our firm can help explain your potential legal options for recovering funds for you if you experienced any of the following as a result of the Maui wildfires:

  • Personal injury
  • Death of a family member
  • Damaged or destroyed homes or other structures
  • Damaged or destroyed personal property such as furniture, tools, equipment, and other belongings
  • Damaged or destroyed trees, vegetation, and/or landscaping
  • Mudslides, flooding, and/or debris flows following the fires
  • Business losses
  • Agricultural/ranch losses
  • Expenses related to evacuation and clean-up
  • Emotional distress and mental anguish stemming from your experience during and after the fires.

Click to contact us for a FREE Maui Wildfire Lawsuit Evaluation, or call us at (888) 520-5202.

Matthews & Associates works on a contingency fee basis, which means we do not charge any fees for your Maui wildfire claim unless we recover compensation on your behalf.


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