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.
Woolsey Fire Destruction: Answers For Homeowners Dealing With Insurance ClaimsHundreds of people are now faced with the task of rebuilding their homes and lives after the Woolsey Fire burned through more than 90,000 acres.
Filing Insurance Claims: How To Navigate The Daunting ProcessWith fires, floods and mudslides having ravaged many parts of SoCal, a number of Californians have returned home to damaged or destroyed property.
Is Travel Insurance Worth It?Consider these pros and cons to determine if travel insurance is worth purchasing for your next trip.
SoCal Homeowners Debate Value Of Earthquake Insurance After 5.1 TemblorInsurance Information Network of California spokesperson Tully Lehman says often homeowners don't opt in because premiums are pricey and don't make long-term financial sense. Others aren't taking the risk.
Congress Clears Bill To Ease Flood Insurance HikesCongress passed a bill scaling back flood insurance premium increases, allowing below-market insurance rates to be passed on to people buying homes.
LA County Officials Urge Homeowners To Check Their Fire Insurance PoliciesWith summer weather drying out the hills, Los Angeles County officials are worried that many homeowners are underinsured in case of wildfire.