California and other western states suffered historically severe wildfires following years of significant drought. Estimates of damage for California…
Updated on January 22, 2018
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California and other western states suffered historically severe wildfires following years of significant drought. Estimates of damage for California alone were $9.4 billion as of early December 2017 and that figure is destined to rise as all damages are finally assessed and claims are completed. Some estimate that the final number will roughly be $180 billion, but only time will tell. Aside from the fire damage itself and loss of life, there are many secondary issues that arise.
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