Aspen Claims Service

’Texas Has Never Seen An Event Like’ Harvey, FEMA Chief Says

 Monday, August 28, 2017


Swollen rivers in east Texas aren’t expected to crest until later this week, but federal officials are already predicting Tropical Storm Harvey will drive 30,000 people into shelters and spur 450,000 victims to seek some sort of disaster assistance. And yet, forecasters say, more rain is coming. Lots more. Several locales have already received 2 feet or more of rain, and forecasters say a reprieve won’t arrive till week’s end at the earliest. By then, rain totals could reach another 2 feet -- with isolated instances of 40 to 50 more inches -- along the upper Texas coast.

Colorado Wildfire Destroys Structures, Evacuates Beulah Valley

 Tuesday, October 4, 2016

 The Pueblo Chieftain

Fire Chief Says Tough Wildfire Seasons Now Considered Normal

 Friday, August 21, 2015

 The Washington Times

Thousands Of Treasure Valley, Idaho Residents May Have To Buy Flood Insurance

 Wednesday, June 3, 2015

 Boise State Public Radio

Oregon Facing Higher Wildfire Premiums and Deductibles

 Tuesday, April 14, 2015

 Wallowa County Chieftan

Attorneys Discuss Importance of Event Cancellation Insurance

 Tuesday, November 27, 2012

 Insurance Journal