Most residential insurance policies do not cover earthquake damage – a
separate earthquake policy is required. Without earthquake insurance to help you
cover the costs of repairs and other expenses that come with catastrophic damage, you will pay
out-of-pocket to fix your home, to replace your personal property, and to live and eat elsewhere.
If your home is damaged by an earthquake, the CEA can provide you with
the strength to rebuild. With nearly $10 billion in claim-paying power, combined with the service expertise provided
by its 19 participating insurance companies, the CEA could cover all of its claims if the 1906 San Francisco, 1989 Loma Prieta,
or 1994 Northridge earthquake reoccurred today.
FEATURED COMMERCIAL: The value of earthquake insurance...
Five reasons to buy CEA earthquake insurance
1. Excellent financial ratings.
2. Expert service.
3. Rates based on science, not profit.
4. Not tied to government budgets.
5. Without earthquake insurance, the cost of any damage is your cost.
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