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Everyone who drives, rents or owns a home or runs a business needs insurance. RMIA's full-time job is to help consumers, the news media and community partners understand how insurance works and to share safety awareness and loss prevention tips. RMIA is a non-profit insurance communications organization that represents property and casualty insurers in Colorado, New Mexico, Utah and Wyoming.
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#GetInsuredCO for Severe Weather and Wildfire Season

Hail, tornadoes, flooding, wildfires are unfortunately part of living in the Rocky Mountain Region, so making sure you're financially prepared is as essential as planning that summer vacation! It's time for an annual insurance check-up to understand what your insurance covers, what it doesn't, and to have the protection you need BEFORE Mother Nature strikes or your home is in the path of a wildfire.

What homeowners need to know: Homeowners insurance covers damage from hail, fire and wind. Property damage resulting from rising water is covered by a separate flood insurance policy. How to file a property claim

What drivers need to know: Hail, wind, fire or flood damage to vehicles is covered if you carry comprehensive insurance on your auto policy. How to file an auto claim

Check out these links for more insurance & fraud prevention tips:

Hail Information & statistics
Follow #NoRoofScams to learn more about how consumers can avoid being the victims of unethical roofing contractors and find reputable roofing contractors

Colorado/New Mexico Wildfire & Insurance Guides

National Flood Insurance Program

Wildfire Information & Guides

Wildfire Advice - Information on how to file a claim

Toll Free Numbers - For Policyholders

Getting Back Home - Tips for Homeowners Claims Process

Agent Spotlight
Doris Stipech is a long-time State Farm agent in Arvada, Colorado. Her agency's mission is to help people manage the risks of everyday life, recover from the unexpected and realize their dreams, and while Doris is busy fulfilling this mission, she is also giving back to her community through her volunteer work with numerous community organizations. Pictured here is Doris participating in the Stamp Out Hunger food donation drive! Learn about Doris's career path and how she uses RMIIA's resources when helping her customers.
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Boulder County Fires Insurance & Evacuation Advice - RMIA News Release

Insurance Evacuation & Claims Advice: If you are under a mandatory evacuation order here’s what you need to know to about putting safety first, maintaining COVID-19 health precautions, and what to expect from your insurance coverage and claims filing process. 

  • COVID-19 challenges may impact evacuation shelters, lodging availability and claims handling. First and foremost, if you are ordered to evacuate, you need to leave your residence immediately. Listen to orders from local authorities.
  • Contact your insurance agent or company immediately to let them know where you are staying and help you with coverage or claims questions. They can also help assist you with lodging options. Insurance company claim contact information: 


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Here's what you need to know:

Homeowners Insurance Basics

Auto Insurance Basics

What to do after a Catastrophe

Catastrophe Facts & Statistics

Creating a Home Inventory

Company Claim Contacts

Additional Resources & Information
Wildfire & Insurance provides homeowners with info on protecting their properties against wildfires and making them more insurable.
Colorado | New Mexico
Wildfire & Insurance
Don't Forget the Keys provides keys to how homeowners insurance works, talks about common pitfalls, and offers ways to save money on your insurance. Don't Forget the Keys
Public adjusters have no relationship with your insurance company. Follow these precautions to save time and money after a major catastrophe like wildfire. Public Adjusters
Hail Damage Fraud shares tips on how to avoid being victimized by dishonest contractors who often go door to door in damaged neighborhoods offering repair services. Hail Damage Fraud