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San Francisco Bay Area Process Server

We serve subpoenas and lawsuit papers in the San Francisco California area.




We Serve Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E) Lawsuit Papers & Small Claims Papers.

Pacific Gas and Electric Company is a California corporation and their registered agent for service of process is Linda Y.H. Cheng 77 Beale Street, 24th Floor, San Francisco, CA 94105. pacific gas and electric address for service of process.  Need documents served to PG&E?  Click “Serve Now” to have your documents served to PG&E.

How To File a PG&E Claim?

  • For property damage. Detailed repair estimates and/or invoices or purchase records
  • For personal injury. Copy of medical records and receipts
  • For lost wages. The amount of time you were unable to work due to personal injury; verification of lost time from your employer and/or payroll stubs showing your hourly or daily pay rate
  • For lost revenues. Tax records and/or bank statements, payroll records, revenue and expense statements and sales receipts
  • For miscellaneous losses. Hotel and restaurant receipts and car rental receipts
  • For food spoilage.  An itemized list of the cost and type of spoiled perishable food, with receipts or other documentation.  Pacific Gas and Electric will evaluate food spoilage complaints based on the following recommended guidelines from the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA)




How to fill out a pge claim form to make sure you get you damaged goods paid for?

Submit a claim online

Complete the following steps to submit your claim online:

  1. Complete our online form at PG&E Claims.
  2. Scan and email any additional supporting documents, as we instruct, to ClaimDocs@pge.com.
  3. Include your claim number in the subject line so that our system can identify your claim.

NOTE: Use the email address in Step 2 to send supporting documents only as we request.

Submit a claim to PG&E using other methods

You can submit your claim in several other ways. Complete the following steps for emailing, sending a FAX or sending us your claim form by U.S. Mail:

  1. Complete our claim form by downloading Claim Form.Pacific Gas & Electric Company Claim FormPacific Gas & Electric Company Claim Form1
  2. Attach or include any supporting documentation. For email attachments, we only accept these file types: PDF, DOC, XLS and JPG.
  3. Send your completed form and documentation using one of the following methods:

We Serve Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E) Lawsuit Papers & Small Claims Papers.

Pacific Gas and Electric Company is a California corporation and their registered agent for service of process is Linda Y.H. Cheng 77 Beale Street, 24th Floor, San Francisco, CA 94105.pacific gas and electric address for service of process

Need documents served to PG&E?

Complete the form below.

Order Process Service

  • List your first and last name if not a firm.
    Choose your service type. You will receive an online invoice for payment after we receive your documents with instructions.
  • List each name as it will appear on the proof of service form.
  • List the total number of entities / parties being served. Each entity served will receive a separate proof of service form.
  • Provide the name of each person or entity being served at the same address. Example: Wells Fargo Bank c/o CSC Lawyers Incorporating Service
  • List each document that you want listed on the proof of service form. Make sure to include the form number. Example: SC-100 Plaintiffs Claim and Order To Go To Small Claims Court.
  • List the total number of pages of your documents. The first 20 pages are included in your price. Each additional page is billed at $0.25 per page.
  • Drop files here or
    Max. file size: 32 MB.
      You can also email your documents to serviceofprocess916@gmail.com, Fax (916) 244-2636 or I can meet you in the Sacramento Ca Area to pick up the documents.
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      Please choose the date the the documents must be served by.