Mudslides, Earthquakes, and Fires oh my... who would want to live in CA with all this going on?
Every few months, there something going on with California. There's a mudslide season, there's fire season, and earthquakes can happen at any time. What season has no issues?
Is it issues like this can help increase everyone's insurance premiums? If multi-million dollar homes are burning down in flames, and there are several of them, do the insurance companies make up that money on premiums for everyone else across the country?
It's probably not legal to have increases like that, but there is nothing illegal about having "cost of doing business" price increases.
Why do people continue to live in areas that have constant tragedy? What do these people get out of it?
Just a little rant since the news keeps talking about these fires. I have the same thoughts when hurricanes, year after year, attack Florida and people choose not to move...