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August 2018
California Debates Who Should Pay for Destructive Wildfires

California Debates Who Should Pay for Destructive Wildfires

Firefighters are stretched thin by more than a dozen blazes burning throughout California. As wildfires are now a year-round threat, politicians in Sacramento are debating who should pay for the growing number of fires, now and in the future. The

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Why California’s Wildfire Problem is Getting Worse

Why California’s Wildfire Problem is Getting Worse

The Mendocino Complex fire in Northern California just made dubious history as the state’s largest-ever blaze. It’s becoming commonplace that wildfires across the Golden State engulf homes, scorch heirlooms and family photos, and claim lives. The reason these wildfires seem more

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Your College Student May Need Their Own Insurance

Your College Student May Need Their Own Insurance

Packing for college can be hectic, but there’s one thing parents should add to the back-to-college list; an insurance checkup. Your student will be thinking about classes, meeting new friends and finding a coffee shop open late, but the college

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Renters Insurance: Peace of Mind for a Small Price

Renters Insurance: Peace of Mind for a Small Price

These days most landlord’s require proof of renters insurance. While it may feel like an annoyance, a renter policy will give both you and your landlord extra peace of mind. One key benefit of a renters policy is that it

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May 2018
Convenience versus Privacy: Amazon Will Deliver to Your Car

Convenience versus Privacy: Amazon Will Deliver to Your Car

There’s in-home delivery and now Amazon will offer its Prime customers in-car delivery. The online retailer announced last week that Amazon delivery workers could place packages into certain vehicles parked at home, work, or other publicly accessible areas. Prime members

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Your Teen’s Online Behavior Can Cost You Real Money

Your Teen’s Online Behavior Can Cost You Real Money

Today’s technologies have numerous benefits. However, many parents still do not understand the risks that can stem from their families’ online behavior. Parents can be personally liable if their child uses the web to defame, harass, or threaten their peers.

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April 2018
Three Things to Realize About Insurance and Earthquakes

Three Things to Realize About Insurance and Earthquakes

The magnitude 5.3 earthquake that rattled a vast area of Southern California earlier this month is another reminder the Golden State is in prime earthquake country. Here are three facts to know about earthquakes and earthquake insurance. 1. Standard home

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Take an Insurance Inventory During Your Spring Cleaning

Take an Insurance Inventory During Your Spring Cleaning

There are few rites of spring more common than the annual house cleaning. So as you clean also take time to inventory what you own and to review your insurance. Home insurance is most effective when your policy accurately reflects

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February 2018
Earthquake Fault Under Rodeo Drive Concerns Seismic Experts

Earthquake Fault Under Rodeo Drive Concerns Seismic Experts

New data has California geologists redrawing an earthquake fault under the so-called Golden Triangle, running between Santa Monica and Wilshire boulevards. The new map extends the Santa Monica fault zone below Beverly Hill’s central district and Rodeo Drive. The Santa

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October 2017
Fire Insurance Limitations You Need to Know About

Fire Insurance Limitations You Need to Know About

A chilling side-by-side before and after photo shows the devastation of wildfires sweeping through northern California’s wine country. That subdivision in Santa Rosa is among the thousands of homes and businesses have been recently wiped out across the Golden State. With wildfire

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