Natural disasters are a fact of life. Between 2000 and 2013, natural disasters in the U.S. cost insurers an average of $29 billion a year in insured losses, according to Munich Re and the Insurance … more
From Alaska to North Carolina, the risk of your home being damaged or destroyed in a wildfire is real.
Contrary to popular belief, wildfires aren’t just a problem for Californians and other … more
On Aug. 17, 2013, a wildfire broke out in California's Stanislaus National Forest north of the Tuolumne River. Since then, the Rim fire has consumed more than 250,000 acres -- or almost 400 square … more
This is the fourth in a series of stories about how American homeowners recovered from four types of natural disasters and what they learned from the experience.
Homeowner: Andi O’Conor
City: … more