The Insurance Information Institute recommends asking yourself the following questions when considering whether you need
Can I afford the cost of rebuilding or repairing my home if it is damaged as the result of an earthquake?
Can I replace my personal belongings if they are damaged as the result of an earthquake?
Can I pay for temporary housing and other expenses if an earthquake causes structural damage to my home or makes it
If the answer to any of those questions is “No,” then you may want to consider getting earthquake insurance. To find out
whether earthquake insurance is available in your area, contact us and we will let you know.
Earthquake insurance is, of course, important to have if you live near a fault line. But keep in mind that earthquakes can
also have widespread impact, affecting areas far from major faults.
If your house is at any risk from quake-related shaking, damage to foundations, wall collapses, and damage or destruction
of contents – you may want to consider buying an earthquake insurance policy.
Cars and other vehicles are covered for earthquake damage under the optional comprehensive part of an auto insurance