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Earthquakes are catastrophic events that can destroy property and leave many injured–here is what you need to know about earthquake insurance. How earthquakes occur. The surface of the earth is made up of giant land masses called tectonic plates which rest on top of the planet’s crust. Due to the convection currents of the mantle, these plates move slowly across
Living in southern California comes with the possibility of experiencing an earthquake. Keeping these earthquake safety tips in mind can help make sure that you and your family stay safe in the event of an earthquake. Make sure you have an evacuation plan for your home and that everybody who lives there knows it. Also make sure that you know
Residents of Southern California know that an earthquake can happen at any time. While some locations are more prone to quakes than others are, everyone should be prepared for an earthquake. Tips for earthquake safety Make sure that you have enough food and water for yourself and your family. This should include one gallon of water per person, per day.
To get the most out of your Homeowners insurance policy, it is important to understand the roles deductibles play. To find the verbiage concerning deductibles, consult the front page of the Homeowners policy. A deductible is the amount deducted from an insured loss. When a damage claim is filed, the deductible is the amount of money a policyholder must pay
When most people think about earthquakes in the United States, California and Alaska are the two states that come to mind. However, earthquakes can happen in any part of the country. Many people move out of areas that are prone to earthquakes after experiencing one to escape the possibility of a repeat experience. The truth is that there is no