16 do's and don'ts when you return home after a wildfire
Deadly and destructive wildfires have destroyed or damaged thousands of homes and businesses across the globe, and have caused billions of dollars in insured losses in recent years.
There has been no shortage of disasters over the last year affecting insurers. Between wildfires on the West Coast and hurricanes on the East Coast, carriers and their adjusting staffs have faced an abundance of claims.
In California, some mistakenly believe that the increase in wildfires was due to drought conditions, but this isn’t really the case, explained Stu Ryland, senior vice president of the Pacific Region for Sedgwick in an interview with PropertyCasualty360.com. “Rainfall has been good. It’s a dry climate here since we don’t get rain in the summertime – usually from May to November.”
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