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CLASS ACTION... Yorketown’s Carlos Cordosa is the lead plaintiff in a class-action lawsuit lodged against SA Power Networks over the bushfire in November. Maddens Lawyers lodged the statement of claim, brought on behalf of anyone who had suffered property loss and damage or personal injury as a result of the fire, in the South Australian Supreme Court. Mr Cordosa lost his home and possessions in the blaze, which damaged seven houses and burned 5000 hectares. CLASS ACTION... Yorketown’s Carlos Cordosa is the lead plaintiff in a class-action lawsuit lodged against SA Power Networks over the bushfire in November. Maddens Lawyers lodged the statement of claim, brought on behalf of anyone who had suffered property loss and damage or personal injury as a result of the fire, in the South Australian Supreme Court. Mr Cordosa lost his home and possessions in the blaze, which damaged seven houses and burned 5000 hectares.

Bushfire sparks class action suit

VICTIMS of the Yorketown bushfire are expected to participate in a class action lawsuit against SA Power Networks, lodged in the South Australian Supreme Court.

The statement of claim alleges the fire — which hospitalised four people and damaged 11 structures including seven homes as it burned 5000 hectares — was caused by SA Power Networks breaches.

In particular, it claims a discharge of electricity from powerlines onto flammable material in the vicinity of a water tower on Stansbury Road ultimately sparked the inferno.

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