New Law Requires Carbon Monoxide Detector

A new law that took effect July 1, the Carbon Monoxide Poisoning Prevention Act of 2010 (SB 183), requires homeowners, landlords, apartment managers and builders to install carbon monoxide detectors and smoke detectors in an effort to prevent accidental deaths. Those who don’t could receive a 30-day notice to comply, or...

Flood Insurance: California Businesses & Homeowners Advised to Secure Coverage

According to a recent article in the Insurance Journal, the threat of flood in California is not over just because the inclement weather has subsided: California Businesses, Residents Urged to Consider Flood Insurance While California may have survived this past winter’s storms, experts are urging businesses and residents to consider flood insurance. The state’s...