If you have been affected by a recent disaster such as the wildfires in California, you might have some questions about how the insurance claims process works. This article details what you need to know about how to file a claim, how the claim process works, what's covered and what's not. See also: What is covered by standard homeowners insurance?
This presentation discusses the steps that consumers and businesses are recommended to take in preparation for wildfire, and the process around recovery.
From January 1, 2018, to October 26, 2018, there were 50,546 wildfires, compared to 52,572 wildfires in the same period in 2017, according to the National Interagency Fire Center. The Camp wildfire broke out in Butte County, California, on November 8 and became the deadliest and most destructive fire on record. Further south two other major fires, Hill and Woolsey are still burning. Learn more here. See also: California State Fact Sheet
TORT- A legal term denoting a wrongful act resulting in injury or damage on which a civil court action, or legal proceeding, may be based.
SUBROGATION- The legal process by which an insurance company, after paying a loss, seeks to recover the amount of the loss from another party who is legally liable for it.See Full Glossary
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