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From tornados to hurricanes, wildfires to ice and hail storms, severe weather can occur anywhere. Check here for current alerts to our severe events response.
Use this interactive map to track the wildfires on the West Coast. When you click on a specific wildfire, you can also get information on new evacuation orders, road closures and the contact information for local area assistance.
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Following a natural disaster, our Mobile Claims Center will be there to provide you with information on your policy, assist with filing a claim and connect you with friends and family. Check here to see where our Mobile Claims Center buses are stationed, or find timely updates on the Foremost Facebook page or on our Twitter page.
Although the storm has passed, it doesn’t mean you’re completely out of danger. When returning to your home after an evacuation, you should approach with extreme caution and bring waterproof boots, a first aid kit and a battery-powered flashlight.Download Tips for After the Storm
Severe weather can strike anywhere in the U.S., and if a disaster hits in your area, you may not have access to food, water or electricity for days. Include useful items in your emergency preparedness kit such as non-perishable foods, water and battery-powered electronics.Download Full Emergency Kit Checklist
If a wildfire is approaching your area and evacuation orders are anticipated, follow these 10 important steps (if time allows) to prepare your home.Download Wildfire Evacuation Plan
If you live in an area that’s prone to wildfires, it’s important to take steps in and around your home to reduce the risk of damage. Use this guide to learn how to make your property more resistant to wildfires and increase your home’s likelihood of survival.Download Wildfire Preparedness Tips
Websites like DisasterSafety.org and Ready.gov are great resources for any natural disaster or emergency.
Click on the images below to learn more about preparation and safety tips.