Have you been damaged by Entergy’s power outage during Hurricane Ida?
Louisianans rely on Entergy to power our homes and businesses. As the sole provider of electricity to much of the state, Entergy claimed that its systems provided power to 1.1 million residents and businesses, and could withstand winds of 150 mph. Instead, Entergy power systems have endured years of neglect, and investments that should have been made to secure and protect Louisiana’s energy future were ignored despite clear recommendations. During Hurricane Ida in August of 2021, Entergy’s power grid failed at nearly every level despite the fact that the wind speed never even reached 150 mph for most of Southeast Louisiana. This failure compounded the impact of the natural disaster, and jeopardized the lives, property, and businesses of Louisiana residents.
If you, your family, or your business suffered costs or damages due to Entergy’s power outage, and you would like to know more about the class action lawsuit filed against Entergy, please click the link to complete an intake form so that we can assess your situation. Due to the fact that this lawsuit includes businesses and individuals throughout Orleans Parish and the East Bank of Jefferson Parish, there is a high demand for legal assistance, however one of our experienced legal professionals will attempt to reach out to you if you complete the intake form.
Keep in mind, you may want to collect or retain information substantiating your costs, damages and loss and/or keep notes or a diary about your experience.
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