Lewis County PUD uses reasonable diligence to furnish uninterrupted service, but shall not be liable for any interruptions caused by strikes and/ or other labor disputes, accidents or acts of God, or by any cause beyond the control of the District, or by the necessity for making repairs or changes in Lewis County PUD’s equipment and facilities.

Per the customer’s Electrical Service Application and Contract, the customer waives and shall not assert any claims against Lewis County PUD for damages to the customer arising from the causes set forth above or caused by any suspension, interruption, failure or curtailment of service by Lewis County PUD’s attributable in any manner to national war emergency or regional curtailment, including voluntary cooperation by the PUD in any method of operation or in any program recommended or action or right of recovery against Lewis County PUD for damages to persons or property arising out of scheduled but unannounced interruption of electrical service, unscheduled interruption of electrical service, or scheduled and announced interruption of electrical service. In the event interruption of service would result in damage or destruction of property or injury to or death of persons, it is the responsibility of the customer to provide such stand-by or alternate source of electricity as will prevent such damage, destruction, injury or death.

If you believe that the damage to persons and/or property resulted because of negligence of Lewis County PUD or its employees, please complete and submit the Damage Claim form below.  Lewis County PUD’s Executive Assistant serves as its primary Claims Agent to receive all claims for damages and the Treasurer/CFO serves as the backup Agent.  A negligence-based investigation will be conduct and you will be informed of the results.

 

 

If you would like to download the form, click the link below and submit to:

Damage Claim Form (PDF)

Claims Agent
Lewis County PUD
PO Box 330
Chehalis, WA  98532

execadmin@lcpud.org