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We Provide Earthquake Insurance for Californians

For Adjusters​​​​​

Key resources for adjusters

The California Earthquake Authority (CEA) is committed to ensuring every CEA claim is handled in a prompt, fair and consistent manner. The following resources are helpful tools for the individuals who adjust CEA claims:

  • ShakeMaps: You'll find the most up-to-date, reliable information on earthquake monitoring, including ShakeMaps, at the California Integrated Seismic Network website.​

Questions about CEA policies?​

Have a question about specific CEA coverages? See a CEA sample policy for more in-depth information.​

2016 Policy Contracts:

2012 Policy Contracts:

Online training courses

If you're interested in learning more about CEA earthquake policies, we make it easy with these online training courses: ​

  • Homeowners Coverage Training: CEA 2016 Policy (2 CE Credits):  CEA offers an extensive course on our homeowner earthquake policies. Take a 20-question test at the end and you can earn two continuing education credits toward a California adjuster license (public or independent) by scoring 70 percent or better. Individuals who don't need CE credits may still take the course to increase their knowledge about CEA coverage. (50 minutes.)
  • Homeowners Coverage Training: CEA 2012 Policy (2 CE Credits):  CEA offers an extensive course on our homeowner earthquake policies. Take a 20-question test at the end and you can earn two continuing education credits toward a California adjuster license (public or independent) by scoring 70 percent or better. Individuals who don't need CE credits may still take the course to increase their knowledge about CEA coverage. (50 minutes.)