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The Colorado Division of Insurance published a Bulletin addressed to all property and casualty insurers issuing homeowner policies in Colorado that have claims resulting from the Marshall and Middle Fork wildfires. The fires occurred in December, 2021 and destroyed over 1,000 residential and commercial buildings–the most devastating fires in Colorado history. 

The Division has received many consumer requests on extending the time limits of coverages and endorsements that contribute to the complete restoration, rebuilding, or replacement of the insured building and personal property. Since the fires occurred two years ago, many insureds are nearing the time limits that are available in their policies, yet their property has not been fully restored. 

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