Several insurance companies have agreed to extend timelines to at least two years after the date of loss for wildfire victims to rebuild homes and replace personal property damaged by the Labor Day wildfire disaster.
These insurance companies have also agreed to waive restrictions on where a person may rebuild their home. The insurance benefit limit in most policies is based on the cost to rebuild at the address stated on the declarations page of the policy and may not include increased costs associated with rebuilding in a new location.
The rebuild agreement does not extend the amount of additional living expenses available under a policy, and it does not alter any other terms of the policy contract. See the
terms of the agreement for more details.
These insurance companies have signed on to this agreement. This list will be updated as other companies sign on. If you have questions about the agreement or your claim, or if you do not see your insurance company on the list, contact your agent or insurance company for more information.
If you still have questions or concerns, the division’s consumer advocates are here to help. Call 888-877-4894 (toll-free) or visit
dfr.oregon.gov/help to connect with the Advocacy Team.
|Allstate||American Family CONNECT Property and Casualty Insurance Company |
|American Family Mutual Insurance Company, S.I. (AFMICSI)||American Family Insurance Company (AFIC)|
|Austin Mutual Insurance Company||CSAA General Insurance Group, a AAA Insurer|
|Grange Insurance Association||Homesite Insurance Company of the Midwest|
|NGM Insurance Company||Oregon Mutual Insurance Company|
|PEMCO Mutual Insurance Company||QBE|
|Safeco||Sublimity Insurance Company|
|United Heritage Property & Casualty Company||USAA|
|Western Protectors Insurance|| |