Recent Napa Earthquake is a Reminder to California Residents, Earthquake Insurance is Worth the Premium, says Frank N. Darras, of Darras Law

September 2014
Insurance Broadcasting;9/5/2014, p1
Trade Publication
The article presents comments of insurance lawyer Frank N. Darras on an earthquake in Napa, California in August 2014. It mentions the damage caused due to earthquake and adds that most of the residents do not have an earthquake coverage. It also mentions to keep all insurance policies and papers in order in case any such incident occurs. It adds that people living in an area that suffers from natural disasters should talk with an insurance agent regarding insurance coverage.


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