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ANPAC® Disaster Information Series:


Important Information for Policyholders Impacted by Recent Wildfires

Wildfires are currently raging across the entire country. As your insurance company, we are committed to helping you protect the belongings and homes that you value most. The information on this page will hopefully help you to prepare for impending wildfires if your community has not yet been impacted. Please be advised to follow the orders of local authorities regarding evacuation. These fires are extremely dangerous.

If you have already been impacted by the wildfires, we are here to help you during this unprecedented disaster. Please call our 24-hour claims hotline at 1.800.333.2860 if you have questions regarding your policy or if you need to file a claim. You can also file a claim online from your computer or mobile device. If you have been displaced by the fires, your policy may provide coverage for temporary living expenses. Please call the claims hotline, or your local agent, for specific information about policy coverages. Remember to save all receipts for claim reports.

If a wildfire threatened your home, would you know what to do?

While wildfires are more frequent in the West, recent events have demonstrated that this is clearly a nationwide problem. Since more of us are living in rural areas closer to nature, these areas are more prone to wildfires, and that means our homes are at risk. No home is fireproof, but by taking the necessary precautions, your home can have a better chance of surviving such a catastrophe.

How can I protect my home from wildfire?

No matter where you live, a key to protecting your family and your home from wildfire disaster is preparation. Indeed, as illustrated in this brief video, courtesy of Rocky Mountain Insurance Information Association, the building materials you select for your home or landscape can have a big impact on how well your home is protected.

   - Design your home with fire prevention in mind

The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) and the Institute for Business & Home Safety have also provided valuable tips. We hope you’ll review these links to make sure you know how to best protect your home from a wildfire, what to do if one breaks out near you, and how to begin the recovery process.

Things to consider:

   - Be sure to have a Disaster Supplies Kit

   - What should I do if a wildfire is burning near my home?

   - What should I do during a wildfire?

   - What to do after a wildfire

   - How do I cope with the emotional effects?

Fortunately, as these resources indicate, there are several preventive measures we can take to protect ourselves and our property. Equally important is reviewing your insurance policies. Coverage that made sense when you established your original policies often needs to be adjusted over time, so if you haven't already, now is a good time to schedule an annual review with your insurance agent!

A professional inspection of your insurance policies can save you time and money! Your American National Professional Insurance Review is another opportunity for you to ask questions about your current policy, and perhaps learn about coverage, features, or discounts you may be eligible to receive.
To schedule your Professional Insurance Review, click here to find an American National agent in your area by name, area code, or city/state.

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