Recent Quakes a Good Reminder to Double Check your Insurance
Bloomington, Ill, The 5.8 magnitude earthquake that was felt in Anchorage on Dec. 3 is a firm reminder that there is a constant threat looming under Alaska.
Earthquakes are inevitable here and when the big one strikes recovering from the unexpected will be critical. One item that can make or break the recovery process is the proper insurance coverage.
A standard homeowners or business insurance policy does not cover damage caused by an earthquake. You must have an Earthquake endorsement added to the policy to ensure coverage of your home and business.
For more information check out this Fox 4 report on EQ Insurance: http://www.youralaskalink.com/news/182134021.html
Earthquake Insurance quick facts:
-EQ insurance is sold as a separate endorsement
-The premium varies based on several factors including: age, building materials and proximity to known fault lines
-The best way for a consumer to get more information about earthquake insurance is to visit their local agent to discuss their individual needs.
-Earthquake Insurance and You from AK Div of Ins
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