State Farm Insurance taking NV Energy to court over Caughlin Fire costs

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Updated: 7/24/2013 5:49 pm
RENO, Nev. (KRNV & MyNews4.com) -- State Farm Insurance Company is planning to go to court to force NV Energy to cover its costs from the Caughlin Fire.

Angela Thorpe with State Farm in Denver says the company is working on the court filing now. The company wants NV Energy to repay any deductible amounts that homeowners had to pay, and also reimburse State Farm for any and all claims it paid out. NV Energy has not commented yet.

Twenty-eight homes burned in the Caughlin Fire that happened in November of 2011. The Reno Fire Department says the fire was started by an arcing power line.


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