Nothing is more essential to managing risk than a plan for property emergencies. Time is of the essence. Water soaks in, wicks up walls, flows into electrical outlets and the cleanup grows more expensive. A clean water spill (water from a sink, bathtub or shower) can be dried easily, but if not handled correctly 24-36 hours later mold can begin to grow on porous materials.
By Sharon Glenn Pratt, Esq. | January 2021 Expensive problems can […]
The recent hurricanes in Texas and Florida have many of us thinking about what we would do in a catastrophe. For association boards, insurance is the front line of disaster […]
Earthquake risk keeps growing in California, making earthquake insurance a viable option for HOAs and condominium owners. Learn about the costs of insurance premiums, deductibles, and the types of homeowner […]
Californians see the best and worst of what mother nature has to offer. Our natural resources and climate are unparalleled, but we also live with the constant reminder of the […]
Published in the ECHO Journal, November 2007 A Safety Issue Uncovered Throughout the last fifty years, there has been an increasing awareness of the need to provide a higher level […]
Many community associations have inquired over the years as to whether they should buy earthquake insurance, considering that the costs fluctuate so much and at times are quite high. After […]