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Grass is beginning to grow on the vacant sites where homes once stood
four months after the fatal San Bruno explosion and fire, leading
residents to consider restarting their lives but some may have questions
about the details of construction.
Life insurance is an important monetary investment, and you don’t want to buy an unsuitable policy or discover that you’ve purchased too much or too little. But if the fear of making a bad life insurance decision is stalling your effort, know that ...
Raúl and Laura Zamora, like many homeowners in the Crestmoor neighborhood who were affected by the Sept. 9 fire, still haven’t been able to figure out how they’re going to move forward.
When your car battery dies or you get a flat tire, having a roadside assistance plan can be a godsend. Car insurance companies generally...
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Karen Reimus bought her Southern California home just four months before the flames from the massive Cedar Fire consumed it in 2003.
Reimus and her husband, both lawyers, had been careful to choose a good insurance policy, one they believed would cover the full cost of replacing their home. So the couple was surprised to find themselves underinsured when their new home was reduced to...
One company offers policies covering the pipes that bring water to homes for $4.95 a month, but the exclusions are so broad that homeowners could be stuck with the bill for just about all repairs.
Thousands of California homeowners recently received official-looking letters from a company called Home Emergency Insurance Solutions informing them that they face the prospect...
Some residents who lost
their homes in the Fourmile Canyon fire are telling horror stories about
trying to get their insurance companies to reimburse them for the full
cost of their belongings and rebuilding their homes.
LITTLE ROCK, AR - It's disaster season; do you know where your insurance
policy is? Think your odds of disaster are low so you don't need to
really worry about what's covered? You're not alone. A recent survey
shows a lot of us don't have any idea what's insured, or what to do when
we need that policy's protection. But experts warn we need to find out,