Power companies are saying that they won’t provide power until they can individually inspect and approve a massive number of electrical panels and conduits and transformers.
They say this could not just take days, but weeks and — now — months.
Because they know this one very salient thing: any person injured or, worse, possibly killed because of “improperly” or “hurriedly” restored power will themselves or their survivors contact an attorney group in order to instigate a civil or possibly criminal negligence suit for redress of a fiscally-geometric nature.
Therefore, American tort history mandates that these companies move with a glacial-like pace in order to achieve American Expectational Perfection.
Anything less involves lawsuits.
Get over yourselves, America.
You wanted Perfection?
Live with its lawful (what I call the) Logical Extension.