Tips for Disaster Survivors

The 2015 @CoreLogic Wildfire Hazard Risk Report examines the residential properties potentially exposed to wildfire risk in 13 western states. This report provides a comprehensive evaluation of the total number of properties at each risk level, along with the estimated reconstruction value of the single-family residences at risk in the region. In addition to the total estimate, a summary of the properties at risk and the associated single-family home reconstruction cost is provided for each individual state, as well as tables that provide similar information for several metropolitan areas across the country.

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Whether a policyholder can assign their bad faith claim to someone else is an interesting question—that is, if you find insurance issues and assignments interesting like I do; if not, then reading about assignments in insurance can be a cure for insomnia. Anyway, in my last post on this topic, we discussed a Pennsylvania case allowing a policyholder to assign their bad faith claim to another person. This post will look at Florida law on the topic. 

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This past weekend, while the East Coast was getting buried under snow, parts of the West Coast—including Northern California—were hit hard by powerful rainstorms with high winds that downed trees and disrupted power for many. To those who live elsewhere, Californians make a big fuss about rain, and the news media does its part in adding to the hype. While the rain from this storm will likely not have a big impact on the current drought situation, rain is still something that the state needs a great deal of, but preferably not at once. 

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Inspirational Quotes

The history of humanity has always been a race between learning and disaster.

H.G. Wells


I admire all your integrity and "CARe" in helping all those who lose everything they have! Our family appreciates your love and incredible devotion to what you do!

Witch Creek Fire Survivor, 2007