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Fires, tornados and other disasters are unpredictable and can turn dangerous for you and loved ones in just a matter of moments. Here are some things you can do now to be more prepared.

  1. Know and practice using as many evacuation routes as possible.
  2. Have a plan where you and family members will meet and how you will communicate if you become separated.
  3. Prepare a disaster kit that includes enough water, food, medications and other essentials for at least three days (don’t forget necessities for babies and pets), along with important insurance, banking and other papers.
  4. Complete a home inventory of all the items you own (clothing, shoes, mattresses, bedding, kitchen appliances, pots and pans, furniture, and electronics) to help replace your possessions.
  5. Review your insurance with an advisor to make sure you’re adequately covered.

If you need to evacuate:

  • Text SHELTER and your ZIP code to 43362 (example: SHELTER 12345) to find the nearest shelter, or visit the American Red Cross webpage to locate shelters
  • Contact California Casualty as soon as possible and save all receipts for living expenses, such as hotels, meals and other essentials
  • Monitor local media about conditions, further evacuations, or when it might be safe to return home

When you return home, be very careful. There are many potential dangers, such as:

  • Dangerous toxins, ash and debris following a fire
  • Gas leaks
  • Electrical shock
  • Poisonous snakes or other animals
  • Structural instability and collapse
  • Sewage and chemical tainted water

For additional recovery help afterwards:

Please remember, you are not alone if a disaster strikes. California Casualty will be there when you need us the most. National and local governments will provide resources for safety and recovery, and numerous entities and nonprofits will offer food, clothing and other essentials as communities come together.

TAKEAWAY: California Casualty is ready to help you when you have a claim. Contact our Claims department 24 hours a day at www.calcas.com/claims or call 1.800.800.9410 option 4.

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