Everyone’s immediate concern over the horrible widfires of 2007 is the safety of those affected. The first thought is to avoid the loss of life of the firefighters, emergency personal and civilians in harms way. Soon though, homeowners will begin to look to their insurance conmpanies to pay claims for fire damage and loss of their homes. As we saw here on the Gulf Coast, some carriers will step up to the challenge and fairly expedite claims for their policyholders. Unfortunately, we also saw those whose homes were destroyed by hurricane further victimzed by the wrongful handling of their claims. If Californians don’t know how these things usually work, they will be in for a rude awakening after they voted most of their rights away to corporate America.
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