The California Rush Fire of 2012 extended into Nevada, burning over 43,000 acres.
The hurricane season of 2011 was particularly destructive, causing widespread property damage in the Bahamas and the Southeastern states of the U.S.
This Joplin Tornado was an EF5-category multi-vortex tornado that devastated Missouri on May 22, 2011.
The 2011 Texas Wildfire season was extremely devastating to the state, burning over 400,000 acres, doubling the state’s previous record.
On September 9, 2010, a 30-inch diameter natural gas pipeline exploded in San Francisco, causing property damage and fatalities.
Due to low humidity and high winds, a wildire that ignited on Labor Day 2010 got out of control very quickly,
This Library was originally created after Hurricane Katrina in 2005 as a resource for property and business owners, policyholder advocates, elected officials and the media. It is designed to explain and help solve insurance claim problems faced by home and business owners after large scale catastrophes.