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Loann Le leeds ISU’s Fire Agency Insurance Program

Loann Le leeds ISU’s Fire Agency Insurance Program

San Francisco – November 30, 2017 – ISU Insurance Services of San Francisco announced today the addition of Loann Le, as Vice President of its Public Entity practice group. “We are extraordinarily pleased and fortunate to have a professional of Loann’s accomplishments and stature joins ISU to lead our Fire and Water District practice. With Loann’s deep industry experience and knowledge we are confident our Fire District and Water District clients will enjoy the exceptional value and service they demand,” said T J Ryan III, Chief Executive of ISU. Loann shares her pride and passion for Public Entity clients, “I have dedicated my career to servicing municipal agencies. As a broker, there is nothing more rewarding for me than to have the opportunity and the ability to deliver superior products…
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California wildfire insured losses could reach $8 billion: Aon Benfield

California wildfire insured losses could reach $8 billion: Aon Benfield

Aon Benfield, the reinsurance arm of global insurance and reinsurance brokerage Aon, has said that the California wildfires could drive an insurance industry loss of up to $8 billion, which, on an aggregate basis, makes it the costliest insured wildfire event ever recorded. Aon Benfield and its catastrophe risk modelling unit, Impact Forecasting, has released its October 2017 global catastrophe report, which includes the devastating California wildfires that claimed 43 lives and injured another 185 people. Aon Benfield cites data from the California Department of Insurance that at least 19,000 residential, commercial, and auto claims had already been filed, resulting in payouts of more than $3.32 billion. Now, Aon Benfield says that this figure is expected to rise to as much as $8 billion as claims continue to come in,…
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How to Build an Emergency Survival Kit

How to Build an Emergency Survival Kit

When creating an emergency survival kit for the home, consider the supplies you might need to last you and your family for a minimum of three to seven days. In case of emergencies that may require that you leave your home quickly, such as a wildfire, prepare your kit well in advance, and keep it in an easily accessible location so you can take essential items with you if you must evacuate with little notice. For other emergencies that might require staying in place at home for several days, such as a blizzard, you might want to gather supplies when a storm is first forecast and closely monitor the storm, to ensure that you have everything you need on hand. Whether you are hunkering down to weather a storm at…
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