Dallas Earthquake Insurance

Real Estate & Earthquakes: What’s The Dallas Risk? Not Much, but Maybe Worth a Little Disclosure…

By Candy Evans / May 21, 2015 / 4 Comments

This was a luncheon I would have liked to attend, but it would have really shaken me up: Joshua Marrow, technical director for Partner Engineering and Science Inc. who, for years, has studied large seismic events in California and other hot spots around the world including, now, North Texas, spoke to The Dallas Chapter of […]

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Earthquake Insurance: It Ain’t Worth It, Say Some, but Carriers Planning Coverage in Texas

By Candy Evans / January 13, 2015 / 3 Comments

We told you all about this last week, day after Quake Day in Dallas. Under Texas law insurance carriers are not required to offer earthquake insurance, and veteran agents say they have never felt the need to write such policies. This weekend, Pamela Yip at the Dallas Morning News quoted Randall Guttery, director of real estate […]

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Water Mains Break After Two Earthquakes Rock North Texas, But Will Homeowners See Damage?

By Joanna England / January 6, 2015 / 4 Comments

Update 9:50 pm:  The neighbor who took the video you are seeing tells me: “I think it is related (to the earthquake), it happened right after the first earthquake, not 2 hours like the city told Robert Wilonsky, it is at the intersection of Hughes and Dykes Way.” He also tells me that whatever caused […]

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