Earthquake Insurance Affordability Act (EIAA) a hot topic after Virginia quake

Yesterdays M5.9 earthquake which struck in the U.S. state of Virginia and was felt across much of the eastern cities such as Washington and even as far away as New York has given interested parties a chance to raise the issue of the cost of earthquake insurance. Across the U.S. read the full article →

Unusual M5.9 earthquake strikes Virginia

Update: EQECAT puts expected insured losses from this event at  less than $100m. An earthquake measuring M5.9 on the Richter scale has struck in the U.S. state of Virginia. The quake's epicenter was located approximately 9 miles from a town called Mineral at a depth of approximately 3.7 miles. As yet read the full article →