Fire Prevention Week webinar brings clarity to understanding insurance in the wildland urban interface

Blog Post created by cathyprudhomme Employee on Sep 25, 2018


Insurance policies for residences located in wildfire prone areas are frequently inadequate and coverage is often misunderstood. To ensure residents have the information and knowledge needed to be financially prepared, NFPA is hosting a free, one-hour webinar during Fire Prevention Week on Wednesday, October 10 at 1 pm MDT (3 pm Eastern).


The session includes important information from subject matter experts at the Rocky Mountain Insurance Information Association, Northwest Insurance Council and the Insurance Information Institute along with a 15-minute live interactive opportunity for participants to ask the panel’s experts their questions.


During the webinar, participants will discover what insurance companies know about their property, how they make policy related decisions and most importantly how to ensure their policy is all it needs to be when a wildfire strikes.


Register today and get this date added to your calendar to ensure you are a part of this informative webinar. Advance registration is required. NFPA recommends registering even if you cannot participate in person, so you will receive notice when the recorded webinar is available.


This year’s Fire Prevention Week theme is “Look. Listen. Learn. Be Aware. Fires can happen anywhere.”