California Earthquake Authority Proposes New Menu of Policies

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In a press release dated October 23, 2014, the California Earthquake Authority, the primary provider of earthquake insurance within the state of California, has proposed an increase in the number of new policy types.  These include deductibles of 5%, 10%, 15%, 20% and 25%.  With this substantial increase in the types of available policies, homeowners will need to assess their risk and exposure more than ever.  The  free tools on this site provide the means to do that, and we hope you will take advantage of them!

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