California Homeowners Insurance Legislation Will Raise Premiums By 40% across the State · Consumer Federation of America

Hunter said: “Put differently, the legislation would increase profits for insurers without protecting homes from wildfire losses, because the bill does not address the real issue: exposure to wildfire risk. In that regard, California homeowners would be well-served by loss prevention investments and assurances that mitigation will yield the premium relief that should come with risk reduction.  But allowing insurers to add unregulated reinsurance premiums into rates would neither lower rates, increase access, or reduce risk in the state; indeed, it would do exactly the opposite.”


Doug Heller[2], 310-480-4170

J. Robert Hunter[3], 703-528-0062


  1. ^ In a letter to state legislative leaders (
  2. ^ Doug Heller (
  3. ^ J. Robert Hunter (

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