California Fires in Butte, LA, and Ventura Counties, CA: Resources for Safety Preparedness and Financial Recovery

After dealing with numerous deadly fires earlier this year, California is currently dealing with three major wildfires, including the Camp Fire in Butte County, the Woosley Fire in Los Angeles County and the Hill Fire in Ventura County. California Governor-elect Gavin Newsom recently issued emergency proclamations in response to the wildfires and requested  statewide FEMA Emergency Declaration. While Cal Fire firefighters still work hard to contain these fires and affected homeowners plan their next steps, it is important to know about the available resources for financial and physical damage recovery.

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2018 California Fires: Resources for Safety Preparedness and Financial Recovery

California has dealt with an onslaught of fires in the past few weeks. The Mendocino Complex Fire, Carr Fire, Ferguson Fire and Holy Fire are some of the largest that have been ravaging the state from North to South. While Cal Fire firefighters still work hard to contain these fires and affected homeowners plan their next steps, it is important to know about the available resources for financial and physical damage recovery.

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Southern California Fires Rage On, Winds Expected to Reach 80 Miles per Hour

With winds expected to reach 80 miles per hour today, the Southern California fires threaten to continue growing and scorching through land, homes and businesses. The four fires—Thomas, Rye, Creek and Skirball—have already burned through 116,000 acres in Los Angeles and Ventura counties, decimated more than 300 structures, and none are currently over 15 percent contained.

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