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CA Fire Resources

CA Fire Resources

In the event of a fire, please utilize the following resources.

Helpful Tips to Follow During Emergencies

In the event of a wildfire, round up your family and pets first. Then, follow these tips:

  • Remove potentially flammable materials around your home.
  • Be ready to soak roofs, shrubs, and trees with water if they’re near your house.
  • Close all windows and doors.
  • Fill pools, hot tubs, garage cans, or other large containers with water.
  • Disconnect garage door openers, so you can still open your garage if the power goes out.
  • Keep lights on for visibility in smoky conditions.
  • Use your phone or other recording device to create a photographic or video inventory of your property and personal items.
  • Keep an eye on social media and news reports so you know the overall situation. Check on your neighbors.
  • If you’re evacuated, follow routes dictated by local officials. Wildfire can quickly change direction and your planned exit route may be blocked.
  • If you have insurance, don’t hesitate to contact your agent or insurance company in the event of a mandatory evacuation.
  • You may have benefits for unplanned additional living expenses and your insurer can help you understand your applicable coverages.
  • Keep all receipts and important documents while you’re evacuated.

 

If you need to make a claim, contact your insurance company directly.

AEGIS (800) 233-2160

American Modern (800) 375-2075

ASI Progressive 1-866-274-5677

California FAIR Plan (800) 339-4099

CNA (877) 574-0540

CSE Insurance Group (888) 236-5584

Foremost 1-800-527-3907

Kemper (888) 252-2799

Liberty Mutual 1-800-290-7933

MetLife 1-800-854-6011

National General 1-800-468-3466

Pacific Specialty  (800) 962-1172

Progressive 1-800-776-4737

Safeco 1-800-332-3226

Travelers 1-800-252-4633

 

For claims, please have this information ready:

  • Your policy number
  • Your contact information
  • What happened?
  • A description of what was damaged/lost
  • Date and specific time of the loss
  • Note any personal injuries that occurred
  • Whether an ambulance was called, or fire or police departments were notified
  • Whether you believe you need to make temporary repairs

 

 

 

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