As natural disasters go, earthquakes are right up there. And if one of them destroys your home, that’s off the charts. You’ll have to rebuild; you’re still liable for the mortgage; and you’ll be living elsewhere while the digging and hammering are in full swing.
To sum up, when an earthquake hits, silver linings are scarce. But there’s an option you should consider – Earthquake insurance. If you’re anywhere near an earthquake prone area, it’s time to act – contact us today.
The Earthquake insurance professionals at Wellington Associates in Flowood, Mississippi will outline your protection options.
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