The Fire Victim Trust filed a lawsuit in a San Francisco Superior Court against former officers and directors of PG&E Corporation and PG&E for their role in causing the Camp Fire The Trust, represents nearly 80,000 victims, is suing nearly two dozen former executives and board members of PG&E for Dereliction of Duty. It says in 2017 PG&E was six years behind on its vegetation management program, meaning vegetation was not properly trimmed and maintained. In the Camp Fire, the Complaint alleges the defendants failed to detect and replace aging equipment as part of PG&E's transmission inspection program. the suit points out the 100-year-old "C-hook" that was mounted on a transmission tower failed and started the fire. The Trust is seeking enough monetary damages and injunctive or declaratory relief to reform PG&E's corporate governance.