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The availability and affordability of coverage for wildfire loss in residential property insurance in the wildland-urban interface and other high-risk areas of California: CDI summary and proposed solutions

Source(s):  State of California, the

This paper provides a summary of the major issues surrounding the availability and affordability of residential insurance coverage in California, including considerations of wildfire risk in the wildland-urban interface and the wildfire risk models used by insurers.

The paper offers the California Department of Insurance’s (CDI) recommendations to the state Legislature and other stakeholders as to how these problems can be addressed through a cooperative effort from all levels of government, the insurance industry, consumers groups, and other stakeholders.



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  • The availability and affordability of coverage for wildfire loss in residential property insurance in the wildland-urban interface and other high-risk areas of California: CDI summary and proposed solutions
  • Publication date 2017
  • Author(s) Cignarale, Tony; Laucher, Joel; Allen, Kenneth; Landsman-Smith, Lisbeth
  • Number of pages 44 p.

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