PG&E Is Close To Settling With Wildfire Victims

PG&E is closing in on final terms for a settlement that stems from their role in the massive wildfires in the United States in 2017 and 2018. While the final number could change, it looks like the company will settle for a $13.5 billion payout. PG&E was found responsible for sparking massive wildfires in 2017 […]

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California Wildfires Are Getting Worse

A recent report brings bad news for California residents. The wildfires that have plagued California are only going to get worse in the future. If you live in California, you need to make sure you have the proper insurance policies to protect your home and your bank account. The report, “Observed impacts of anthropogenic climate […]

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How Can I Prepare For Wildfire Season?

With spring in full spring, summer is not far behind. While most people excited for the warmer weather, those living in areas at risk for wildfire are preparing for what is predicted to be another brutal fire season. Aside from moving, many people who find themselves in those at-risk areas are wondering what they can […]

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Washington Considers Raising Taxes To Help Contain Wildfires

With the 2018 wildfire season still burned in the memories of many, it is surprising to realize that it’s already time to begin preparing for the next season. Washington State, one of the hardest hit states last season, is seriously considering passing legislation that would create a fund specifically designated to help fight wildfires each […]

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Wildfire Proposal Could Cost Upwards Of $100 Billion

It’s no secret that wildfires are becoming increasingly problematic throughout the United States. If the scientific consensus is to be believed, then global warming will only make these fires more dangerous and more frequent. Knowing that, it becomes all the more important that we get a system in place that better prevents man-made wildfires. That […]

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California Wants Insurers To Waive Inventory Requirements

In the latest update to the 2018 California wildfire saga, the California Insurance Commissioner Dave Jones asked residential insurers to waive inventory requirements. This would be extraordinarily helpful for thousands of California residents who have been directly affected by wildfires this season. According to the commissioner’s request, residential insurers would pay 75 to 100 percent […]

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