Why should Kentuckians consider earthquake insurance?

Kentucky is one of 16 states at the highest risk for earthquakes, according to the United States Geological Survey (USGS). The western portion of Kentucky sits on the most active fault in the central and eastern United States (the New Madrid Seismic Zone). This zone is a source of continuing small and moderate earthquakes, and, according to experts with the USGS, it could pose a risk "for a major destructive earthquake" in the future.

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After the storm: What to do following a property loss
After the storm: What to do following a property loss

You never know when a storm may hit, but you can prepare ahead of time by learning how to minimize the damage and properly report a loss to your Kentucky Farm Bureau Insurance agent.

What do storms have to do with asbestos?
What do storms have to do with asbestos?

Storms can loosen and rip apart materials built with asbestos, launching these invisible cancer-causing particles into the air we breathe.