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News: Residential and Commercial Earthquake Insurance Coverage Study

Reports that summarize the premium written, coverage exposures, and number of policies issued on residential property and residential earthquake coverage:

  1. 2012 CA EQ Premium, Exposure, and Policy Count Data Call Summary
  2. 2011 CA EQ Premium, Exposure, and Policy Count Data Call Summary
  3. 2010 CA EQ Premium, Exposure, and Policy Count Data Call Summary
  4. 2009 CA EQ Premium, Exposure, and Policy Count Data Call Summary
  5. 2008 CA EQ Premium and Policy Count Data Call Summary
  6. 2007 CA EQ Premium and Policy Count Data Call Summary
  7. 2006 CA EQ Premium and Policy Count Data Call Summary
  8. 2005 CA EQ Premium and Policy Count Data Call Summary
  9. 2004 CA EQ Premium and Policy Count Data Call Summary
  10. 2003 CA EQ Premium and Policy Count Data Call Summary
  11. 2002 CA EQ Premium and Policy Count Data Call Summary
  12. 2001 CA EQ Premium and Policy Count Data Call Summary
  13. 1996 - 2000 CA EQ Premium and Policy Count Data Call Summaries

Report on California Earthquake Zoning and Probable Maximum Loss Evaluation Program.  All licensed insurers annually report their insured exposures for earthquake shake damage on residential and commercial structures in California. These questionnaires include calculations for estimating what is called the Probable Maximum Loss (PML), or the expected insured loss after deductible, for structure and contents damage from a large earthquake.  The aggregate results for all reporting companies are published here.

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