Pacific Gas & Electric (PG&E) customers have lost money because defective Smart Meters have been installed at their homes throughout California. Smart Meters have been installed throughout the state in an effort to make accurate utilities usage recordings. Unfortunately, faulty programming in the software controlling the Smart Meters has led to skyrocketing utility bills and disgruntled customers. If you have seen a dramatic change in your PG&E bills after the installation of a Smart Meter, do not hesitate to contact our California Smart Meter class-action attorneys for guidance.
Defective Smart Meter Attorneys
From our home offices in New York, Paradis Law Group, PLLC, maintains a nationwide presence in federal and state courts. By using our engineers and industry experts across the nation, we can fully investigate a defective product and gain a clear understanding about the reasons for its malfunction. In many electronic products, including the Smart Meters used to record energy usage, a common defect may center on the software that is used to run the item.
After the installation of Smart Meters in California, thousands of PG&E's customers began complaining of high utility bills. If you are a PG&E customer who has received a high utility bill after the installation of your Smart Meter, and believe that your high bill is the result of a defective Smart Meter, we encourage you to contact our lawyers with any concerns regarding your Smart Meter. In addition, if you believe you have suffered a personal injury because a Smart Meter was installed in your home, we encourage you to call us for a free consultation.
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If you have further questions regarding California Smart Meter class actions, we encourage you to contact our firm. Paradis Law Group, PLLC, can be reached at 800-787-8954 or through our online contact form. We offer a free, confidential consultation to potential clients.