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What do you do in an earthquake?

We’ve all heard the phrase “Drop, hold, and cover!” The first thing you should do in an earthquake is follow these steps. Move very carefully to the closest and safest place, get under a large sturdy object, and cover your head and eyes. You want to avoid the possibility of getting hit by falling objects or stepping onto broken glass, so be very careful as you move around. Stay away from windows, shelving units, and anything hanging on the walls. If you are unsure about the situation outside, stay where you are, get on the ground, and cover your head. If the earthquake begins while you are outside, find a safe place away from power lines, streetlights, trees, and buildings. Crouch down and remain stationary until the earthquake ends. Building debris, power lines, streetlights, and falling trees can all cause injuries. If an earthquake begins while you are driving, pull your vehicle to a safe location, stop the car, and remain stationary with your seatbelt on until the earthquake ends. Read more about this subject in our a blog page.

Prepare your home for an earthquake

Here are quick tips to prepare your home for an earthquake.


Bolt tall furniture to wall studs and anchor tall and heavy items capable of falling, such as computers, books, and televisions.


Install bolts or strong latches on all cabinets to prevent the items inside the cabinets from falling out.


Move fragile items, heavy objects, and large objects to the lowest shelves.


Keep china, glass, bottled foods, and other breakable items in closed cabinets with latches.


Hang mirrors, pictures, and other heavy items, away from places people are likely to sit or sleep, such as couches and beds.


Secure overhead lights, chandeliers, and anything hanging from the ceiling.


Secure the water heater by strapping it to wall studs. Water heaters are often the best source for water after an earthquake.


Secure gas appliances. Gas lines may cause fire hazards following an earthquake.


Prevent water and gas leaks by installing flexible pipefittings.


Ask a structural design engineer to evaluate your home. Inquire about strengthening tips and home repair.

Did You Know?

In 1992, California suffered from a magnitude 7.9 earthquake!
Call us today to get tips and advise how to keep your home safe!

Here are 3 benefits of hiring us

Your Time – We will manage your claim and minimize the time you will have to spend dealing with adjustment issues, which including meeting with the insurance company, their contractors and various other vendors.

We Even the Playing Field – We have years of claim experience and know how to read and interpret policies to determine what you are actually entitled to recover.

Faster Resolution – We know what documentation is needed to support the amount of your loss and how it should be presented to the insurance company which usually results in you getting paid quicker.

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