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New Brochures Explain Policy Changes

A series of four brochures are available for order, designed for homeowners, renters, condo unit owners and owners of mobilehomes.

April 01, 2016

Major California Earthquakes Since '89

Some 13,000-plus small earthquakes were felt in California last year. They are a regular occurrence in our state, even in lower-risk regions. That's why coverage is important to all California residents. Knowing basic facts and figures about California earthquakes makes you more effective in conveying the risks to your clients.

March 29, 2016

CEA and Other Insurance Industry Resources

Industry resources, CEA forms, brochures, insurance industry websites, earthquake information sites & more

March 24, 2016

How to Talk to Your Customers About Changes in Their Policy Premium

Although we’ve introduced many enhancements to our policies, some condo unit owners saw an increase in CEA insurance premiums for policies effective on or after January 1, 2016. For renewal policies, deductibles that were set at a flat $750 are now rolling over to a 5% deductible, which for many condo policyholders will appear as an increased premium.

March 17, 2016

CEA Acronyms and Earthquake Organizations for Agents to Know

The following are common acronyms and abbreviations for CEA programs, partners' activities and the disaster preparedness community.

March 01, 2016

Building Lasting Relationships

Buying a new home and shopping for home insurance typically go hand in hand. We have compiled some tips to help you build customer relationships.

July 23, 2015

When a Homeowners Policy Isn't Enough

Even long-time policyholders can stumble when it comes to knowing exactly what is included in their homeowners policy—and what's not. Many don't know that coverage for earthquake damage is a separate policy. Or the earthquake risk they face in their community.

February 27, 2015

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