Christopher Sieglock

Christopher Sieglock’s practice exclusively focuses on wildfire cases. For the last seven years, Christopher has worked on some of the largest and most destructive wildfire cases across the country, including the 2011 Bastrop Texas Fire, the most destructive fire in Texas history.

Mr. Sieglock currently has a lead role litigating the Yale Fire in Washington and the Mountain Fire in California. In addition, he represents over 120 individuals and businesses in their fight against PG&E in the Butte Fire Litigation. He is also currently working on the Starbuck Fire, the largest fire in Oklahoma and Kansas history, which destroyed over 620,000 acres of ranchland. Mr. Sieglock has recovered millions of dollars for his clients from power companies, telecom companies, and tree contractors that have negligently caused fires.

Christopher is licensed to practice in the State of California. Mr. Sieglock was recognized by his peers as a Super Lawyers 2017 and 2018 Rising Star. He graduated from the University of the Pacific Magna Cum Laude and Honors in Political Science, Government and History. Chris obtained his Juris Doctorate from the University of San Diego School of Law with a concentration in Business and Corporate Law. He is a current member of the Clifford J. Wallace Inn of Court San Diego North County Bar Association, San Diego County Bar Association and Consumer Attorneys of San Diego.

Christopher is married and lives part time in Lodi and San Diego.

Rachel Sieglock:

Rachel Sieglock began her career at Simpson Law Group, a top personal injury firm in San Diego. She gained experience and knowledge in the fields of mass tort, business disputes and personal injury, with her primary focus being automobile accidents, negligence and premise liability. She is San Diego’s regional chair in the Consumer Attorney of California’s New Lawyer Division.

Mrs. Sieglock joined Sieglock Law in October 2017. She took her experience at Simpson Law, and is now applying that aggressive and compassionate representation to helping people affected by wildfires. She is currently working on the Northern California Bay Area and Central Valley Fires that ignited in October 2017.

Rachel was born in Reno, Nevada and raised on cattle ranch in rural Winnemucca, Nevada. She grew up working on the ranch, loving and caring for animals and playing competitive sports. Outside of work, Rachel enjoys outdoor activities, cooking and spending time with her friends and family.