"US Small Buiness Administration Office of Disaster Assistance is pleased to honor Karen Reimus in recognition of her perseverance, dedication and optimism in assisting California Communities rise above the impact of the Southern California Wildfires."
Unless a bank requires you to buy it, you probably aren't paying for flood insurance on your home. Maybe it's because you don't live near water. Maybe it's because your community mapping is outdated. Maybe it's because an insurance agent said you don't need it. Maybe you can't afford it. Whatever the reason, now would be a GREAT time to reconsider. So much rain fell on Texas during Hurricane Harvey in August 2017 that the National Weather Service had to add...Read More
Here you will find first steps after a wildfire and tips, tools and resources for recovering from a partial or total wildfire loss. Our main focus is on helping you navigate your insurance claim toward a full, fair and prompt settlement, but we also offer guidance on emotional recovery, debris removal, temporary living arrangements, government aid, construction issues, hiring professional help, and deciding how and if you will repair, rebuild or buy a replacement home.
If your home has been damaged or destroyed by the wildfire, we are very sorry. Watch the...Read More
If you are told to evacuate immediately, do so. If you think you may have to evacuate, we suggest the following ASAP:
1) Document your home and "stuff". If you do not have a home inventory, create one before you evacuate. Take pictures or a video of each room and the exterior of your house to document your property. If you have the time, open closets and drawers. Build as much of an inventory as time permits including furnishings, artwork, jewelry, appliances, electronics, collections and special...Read More