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Camp Fire damage Following the worst-ever wildfire season of 2017, 2018 broke the record for the largest, deadliest and most destructive fire in California history with the Camp Fire. California suffered more property loss from wildfires than any other state in 2018. (Photographer: David Paul Morris/Bloomberg)

Twenty-six insurance companies have agreed to extend the time limits for 2017 wildfire survivors to access additional living expense benefits after California’s insurance commissioner, Ricardo Lara, appealed to them to stand by their customers who are still in the process of rebuilding their homes.

These companies represent a majority of the total losses from the 2017 wildfires that struck Santa Rosa and other parts of Northern California.

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