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California Earthquake Authority Encourages Participation in Annual ShakeOut Drill, Notes Earthquake Activity and Risks Throughout the State

On the anniversary of the 1989 Loma Prieta earthquake in the Bay Area, and in a month when Southern Californians learned of a significant new fault in their backyard, the California Earthquake Authority (CEA) reminds Californians that no part of the state is without earthquake risk and invites everyone to get better prepared by joining the Great California ShakeOut drill​ . ...

October 17, 2016 | Download (PDF)

California Earthquake Authority Sees Surge in New Policies Purchased

The California Earthquake Authority (CEA), the not-for-profit provider of more than 76 percent of California’s residential earthquake insurance policies, has seen a significant increase in the purchase of CEA policies so far in 2016. …

September 27, 2016 | Download (PDF)

CEA Chief Mitigation Officer Named to 2016 List of Elite Women by Insurance Business America Magazine

California Earthquake Authority (CEA) Chief Mitigation Officer Janiele Maffei has been honored as one of Insurance Business America's "Elite Women" for 2016. …

July 06, 2016 | Download (PDF)

iHeartMedia’s 2016 Get Prepared, California! Auction, Sponsored by California Earthquake Authority, Raises More Than $174,000 for American Red Cross

The annual Get Prepared, California! Auction SM to support American Red Cross disaster-preparedness programs in California — a collaboration between the California Earthquake Authority (CEA) and iHeartMedia — raised more than $174,000, which brings the total amount raised by the auction in the past five years to nearly $890,000. …

May 12, 2016 | Download (PDF)

CEA is financially strong—would pay all covered claims if San Francisco 1906 Earthquake reoccurred today

If the magnitude-7.9 San Francisco 1906 Earthquake reoccurred today—with strong shaking felt by more than 2 million single-family households from Eureka to Salinas—the California Earthquake Authority (CEA) estimates it would pay about $7 billion* in covered residential claims for resulting structure damage alone. ...

April 15, 2016 | Download (PDF)

iHeartMedia’s All-Star Auction, Sponsored by California Earthquake Authority, Benefits American Red Cross

The fifth annual star-studded Get Prepared, California! Auction SM , which promotes earthquake preparedness and supports the American Red Cross, is now open. ...

April 04, 2016 | Download (PDF)

CEA Unveils Lower Rates, More Policy Options and Bigger Discounts For Earthquake Insurance

Earthquake insurance in California is about to become more flexible and more affordable, with changes that go into effect on January 1, 2016, for policies provided by the California Earthquake Authority (CEA). CEA is a not-for-profit earthquake insurance provider and writes 75 percent of the residential earthquake-insurance policies in California. …

January 04, 2016 | Download (PDF)

Prepare for the Next ‘Big One’ – Take Part in the Great ShakeOut™!

The California Earthquake Authority (CEA) will join millions of Californians in practicing how to drop, cover, and hold on during the annual Great California ShakeOut™ earthquake preparedness drill on Thursday, Oct. 15 at 10:15 a.m. …

October 14, 2015 | Download (PDF)

A Year After South Napa Earthquake, Damage Proves Widespread and Costly

The California Earthquake Authority (CEA) today announced preliminary findings of research on how the 6.0-magnitude earthquake that struck Napa one year ago today affected single-family homes. Although a 6.0 magnitude earthquake is not considered a major earthquake, the damage was widespread and has proved costly to homeowners. ...

August 24, 2015 | Download (PDF)

"San Andreas" Movie Can Play Starring Role in Helping Californians Be Better Prepared for Real Earthquakes

The CEA believes this summer’s blockbuster movie "San Andreas", with its cutting-edge special effects and big-name Hollywood stars, can also play a starring role in convincing Californians to be better prepared for real earthquakes. …

May 26, 2015 | Download (PDF)
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