The Gray Fire was ignited on August 18 in Spokane County and grew to over 9,500 acres within a day, destroying 240 homes. The Oregon Fire began on the same day as the Gray Fire, August 18. Driven by hot, dry, gusty winds the fire grew rapidly. 126 homes were lost.
Hurricane Idalia made landfall on Florida’s northwestern coast as a Category 3 Hurricane with winds up 125 mph, in an area that rarely experiences this kind of disaster. Florida, Georgia, South Carolina, and North Carolina experienced high winds, major flooding, and significant damage to homes and businesses.
In August, 2023, fast burning wind-fueled wildfires took lives, homes and businesses in Lahaina, Maui and damaged other parts of the island.
Severe storms with damaging floods affected many states in the northeast U.S. in July 2023, with Vermont and New York particularly hard hit.
In 2023, multiple tornadoes affected communities in many southern and midwestern states throughout the U.S. Thousands of buildings were destroyed or damaged.
The recent atmospheric rivers brought unexpectedly powerful storms with damaging floods, blizzards, breached levees, and widespread power outages to California.
Tropical Storm Nicole was a Category 1 storm that struck on November 10, 2022, roughly six weeks following Hurricane Ian. Nicole made landfall as a Category 1 Hurricane and weakened to a Tropical Storm as it moved through the Florida peninsula.
Hurricane Ian made landfall as a Category 4 Hurricane and caused extensive damage in late September 2022 in regions throughout Florida and neighboring states.
This library will help those affected by the Alex, McKinney, Mill, Oak, Fairview, Yeti and other fires in California in 2022.
The Oak Fire was a destructive wildfire that burned north of the community of Bootjack in Mariposa County, California and in the Sierra National Forest during the 2022 California wildfire season.
Through our Roadmap to Recovery program, you can access free, trustworthy help navigating the process of returning to a wildfire damaged area, repairing and replacing damaged and destroyed property, and collecting all available insurance funds.
Through our Roadmap to Recovery program you can access free, trustworthy help navigating the process of returning to a wildfire damaged area, repairing and replacing damaged and destroyed property, and collecting all available insurance funds.
Colorado had a record-breaking wildfire season in 2020, with over 680,000 acres of land destroyed by 1,078 fires.
When events cause people and businesses to suffer serious and costly losses and insurance benefits become critically important to recovery, United Policyholders provides guidance, advocacy support and information to facilitate fair claim payouts.
“1-in-500 year event” in June 2022 brought catastrophic flooding to Montana communities along the Yellowstone River.
Spring wildfires in Arizona and New Mexico including the Little Bear, Fire, Tunnel Fire, Calf Canyon Fire, and Hermits Peak Fire damaged or destroyed hundreds of homes throughout the southwest.
On March 22nd, 2022 an EF3 tornado touched down in the Lower Ninth Ward, Timberlane, Gretna, Algiers, Arabi, and New Orleans East in the greater New Orleans area with further reports of a tornado in St. Tammany Parish. The tornado caused significant damage and power outages throughout southeast Louisiana.