Insuring Against Natural Disaster Events
This document is a general guide about what to consider when valuing assets for natural disaster insurance purposes.
A natural disaster will typically be:
· a storm, tornado or cyclone
· a flood
· an earthquake
· a landslide
· a volcanic eruption or geothermal activity
· a tsunami.
The guide does not include fire insurance other than fire occurring as a result of the listed perils. Fire insurance is a separate issue.
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