Category: Plan & Prepare

A.M Best excellent

GeoVera’s A.M Best Rating

GeoVera’s “A” Excellent Rating We proudly announce that GeoVera’s “A” (Excellent) rating by A.M. Best was affirmed in July 2023. GeoVera continues to thrive and surpass its competition within a marketplace facing challenges from many sources. What is A.M. Best? AM Best is a global credit rating agency that assesses insurance companies and related entities’ […]


GeoVera Quake Select Flex Limit Insurance

GeoVera Launches Quake Select Flex Limit

Quake Select: Your Key to Unlocking New Revenue Streams Expanding your product offerings as an insurance agent is crucial for driving growth and ensuring success. One product that should be on your radar is earthquake insurance, and GeoVera’s newest product Quake Select Flex Limit is the perfect solution. Here are just a few of the […]


This map depicts where there is a greater than 50% chance of drought persistence, development, or improvement based on short- and long-range statistical and dynamical forecasts during March 16 through June 30, 2023.

From One Extreme Weather Event to the Next

Mixed Results for California as Drought Eases for Some, but Flood Risks Remain The end of the drought for parts of California has been a relief for many residents who have been experiencing water shortages and other related issues for several years. According to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), the drought in California […]


Hurricane Ian

Hurricane Ian Storm Alert and Claims Information

National Hurricane Center Hurricane Ian is approaching the southwest coast of Florida as a category 3 hurricane and is expected to cause life-threatening storm surge, catastrophic flooding and hurricane-force gusts, according to forecasters. Evacuation Information Evacuation orders are available at If you are in an evacuation zone, now is the time to go. Do […]


San Andreas Fault

Is Central California creeping closer to the “Big One”?

The “Big One” is a real threat to both Southern and Northern Californians, but new research suggests that Central California also has the potential to experience larger devastating quakes. This is based on evidence recently unearthed by scientists that shows Central California most likely has experienced much larger quakes than previously thought. California’s legendary 800-mile-long […]


Resilience in the rise

Resilience in the rise of natural disasters

It’s September, and that means a lot of different things to different parts of the country. On the West Coast, residents are experiencing a raging wildfire season and a rise in temperature. For the East Coast, folks are cleaning up after Hurricane IDA and preparing for the long winter months that are just around the […]


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