Wildfires have moved rapidly to the fore as an exposure for insurers to understand and manage in states at high risk for this peril.
Despite mitigation measures, natural hazards may still cause damage, and insurers need actionable data to guide underwriting and pricing.
Taking into consideration the nuances of the property you’re insuring can help you take charge of multifaceted risk factors.
With the wine industry estimating over $3 billion in losses due to these fire events, the spotlight on wildfire risk in Northern California remains as acute as ever.
Verisk works with fire protection, scientific, and insurance community to provide technology to manage and mitigate wildfire risk.
Gain insights into the 2022 wildfire season in the United States and learn how early snow melts contribute to greater wildfire risk.
California may implement new wildfire rating regulations that could impact personal and commercial property insurers.
In our newest wildfire report, we take the measure of another year of record-setting wildfires
A new Verisk wildfire case study breaks down the data suite used to evaluate the aftermath of the recent Marshall Fire in Colorado.
Fully understanding the peril of wildfire and the primary risk factors involved is crucial to accurate property underwriting. FireLine® Risk Reports can help keep you…
The Caldor Fire in California and Nevada is the second known instance—both occurring in 2021—of a wildfire crossing the Sierra Nevada.
As dramatic as the statistics surrounding the 2020 wildfire season were, the messages they carry and the questions they raise are even more critical to address.
The last ten Novembers saw a total of 17 PCS catastrophe designations, which consisted of ten wind and thunderstorm events, three wildland fires, three winter storms, and…
Wildfires on the west coast have burned more than 5 million acres in 2020, renewing discussion in climate change's role in this growing peril.
Multiple major wildfires have scorched more than 170,000 acres combined in California and Colorado, with some fires showing extraordinary behavior.