Many Californians May Be Underinsured For Upcoming StormWith incoming weather, some insurers say it's the perfect storm for as many as 20% to 30% of Californians, who are underinsured.
State Imposing 1-Year Ban Preventing Insurance Companies From Dropping Those Affected By Caldor And Dixie FiresHomeowners and renters in 22 Northern California counties are guaranteed not to lose their property insurance policies over the next year after the state announced a moratorium on Monday for people who live near recent wildfires.
Wildfires Cause Turmoil In California Property Insurance MarketKent Michitsch seemed to be running out of traditional options to insure the home he’s lived in for more than 30 years northeast of San Diego as California’s massive property insurance market reels from three consecutive years of destructive wildfires.
Insurance Costs Slowing Home Sales In Some High-Fire-Risk AreasLife in the hills in El Dorado County is beautiful but coming at a bigger cost since the Camp Fire. Insurance rates have skyrocketed and now experts say that’s impacting home sales.
Your Homeowner's Or Renter's Insurance Won't Help Much After An Earthquake. Here's WhyThe largest earthquake to hit Southern California in two decades rattled the region on July 4th -- followed by more than 170 aftershocks.
Foothills Residents Learning Their Fire Insurance Has Been CanceledAs we enter the hot days of summer, the risk and worry of wildfires is also heating up. Thousands of people are scrambling to find fire insurance after their policies were canceled.
California May Seek Insurance To Help With Wildfire CostsTwo statewide officials want California to take out insurance to help cover taxpayers' costs in bad wildfire seasons.
Plan To Eliminate Insurance Companies, Give Health Care To All Californians Moves ForwardCalifornia lawmakers pushed forward Wednesday with a proposal that would substantially remake the health care system of the nation's most populous state by eliminating insurance companies and guaranteeing coverage for everyone.