The Waldo Canyon fire was the third-most expensive catastrophe in the Rocky Mountain region, at $453.7 million in insurance claims. Claims from the 2013 Black Forest fire have yet to be totaled.
The Waldo Canyon fire was the third-most expensive catastrophe in the Rocky Mountain region, at $453.7 million in insurance claims. Claims from the 2013 Black Forest fire have yet to be totaled.

As a result of wildfires and hailstorms, Colorado has found itself in the top 10 states in the nation for filing catastrophic insurance claims. A catastrophe is defined as a natural disaster that produces more than $25 million in insured damage. “We are seeing homeowners insurance premiums rising across the country and here in Colorado,” […]

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