East Coast Earthquake

by | Aug 24, 2011 | FAQ, Homeowners Insurance

In the wake of yesterday’s 5.9 earthquake in Virginia, which was reportedly felt as far as parts of New Hampshire, (it was noticed by several in my office) we felt that it might be a nice time to bring an important question to the surface of the minds of our readers; “Is your home covered for damages in the event of an earthquake?” In many cases you’d be surprised to know that you are not. Earthquakes are typically excluded on a standard homeowners policy. Coverage for earthquake can be added to your policy by endorsement and a minimal fee. Contact your agent to discuss this valuable coverage.

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