It has been estimated that 75 million Americans are exposed to a significant risk of earthquakes across 39 states, according to the U.S. Geological Survey. And this was before the fracking process began.
Category: Central, Home, Loss Control, Risk Management, Weather
Tags: earth movement, earthquake, earthquake endorsement, fracking, hydraulic fracturing, land shock waves, landslides, mudflow, mudslides, natural gas, seismic activity, shale rock, sinkhole, subsidence, tremors, volcanic eruption
Can you imagine the shock of having the ground literally fall out from under you? Recent incidents in Florida and Illinois prove it can happen to anyone, anywhere. Those incidents were caused by sinkholes but that’s not the only reason the earth could…
Category: Central, Claims, Home, Personal
Tags: clay mine collapse, coal mine collapse, earthquake, fault lines, fluorspar mine collapse, mine subsidence, sinkhole, slippage, subterranean voids, tectonic plates, tremors, underground mines