Many homeowners recognize that earthquakes are not just a California
problem. Yet, some carriers don’t include earthquake coverage despite these
- The most powerful earthquake in U.S. history actually occurred in New
Madrid, Missouri, near Memphis, Tennessee. It registered 8.6 on the Richter
scale; and damage occurred as far away as Boston, Massachusetts.
- The New Madrid Fault is the most active fault east of the Rocky Mountains,
with an average 200 quakes per year. Zigzagging for 200 miles, it threatens
Indiana, Illinois, Kentucky, Tennessee, Missouri, Arkansas, Mississippi and
other Midwestern states with destructive force.
Consider the Cincinnati Difference
Your Cincinnati Executive®, Executive Classic™ Homeowner Policy, Condominium
Special Form Policy and Tenants
Special Form Policy automatically provide earthquake coverage. (Check with your
agent to add this coverage if necessary where excluded.) Enjoy one earthquake
deductible for your dwelling, contents and other structures. You may pay
separate deductibles with other carriers.