Some Calif. Residents Face Losing Fire Protection Insurance After Moratorium Protecting Them ExpiredThousands of California residents could lose their fire protection insurance and face sky-high premiums after a state moratorium that protected them recently expired.
Amid High Fire Danger, Some Insurers Cancelling SoCal Residents Homeowners' PoliciesThe state's insurance commissioner has put insurers on notice that they are not allowed to cancel policies in areas where there has been a state of emergency declared, but that edict does not include any Southern California zip codes.
Californians Struggle To Secure Fire Insurance As Historic Blazes Continue To Ravage StateAs wildfires continue to burn through the state at an unprecedented rate, many insurance companies are pulling out of certain zip codes, and even entire counties.
Calif. Bans Insurance Companies Dropping Customers In Wildfire-Prone AreasThe moratorium covers about 800,000 homeowners who live either inside or next to the perimeter of one of 16 wildfires that burned across the state in October.
NorCal Wildfires: 10,000 Insurance Claims Top $845M California's insurance commissioner says victims of the state's two largest wildfires this year have filed more than 10,000 claims so far totaling $845 million.
More California Homeowners Struggle To Get Fire InsuranceCalifornia's top insurance regulator said Thursday that insurers are increasingly refusing to offer homeowner's policies in areas prone to wildfire.
After The Fire: Your Home Is A Total Loss Or Damaged, Now What?Insurance experts will be available Tuesday at Ventura Community College to assist people with claims.