Jackson, Wyom., September 10, 2012 - As residents prepare to possibly evacuate due to the Little Horsethief Fire, State Farm® asks their customers to keep in mind the following things.
Local State Farm Agents have received some calls from concerned customers with questions about their coverage.
The safety of the public is our first concern, said State Farm spokeswoman Angela Thorpe. Agents and their staff have been answering questions from our customers as they prepare to evacuate. We've been explaining temporary living expense coverage and the importance of holding on to receipts for expenses if our customers are evacuated.
The State Farm homeowners policy provides temporary living expense coverage for homeowners required to evacuate for things such as motel, food and boarding animals subject to their policy deductible.
State Farm is the largest insurer of homes and vehicles in Wyoming.
Angela M. Thorpe, Public Affairs Specialist, (303) 264-1560.
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